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Tri-State Genealogical Society

Tri-State Genealogical Society

           WY-MON-DAK  Messenger 


The purpose of this page to assist individuals searching for ancestors who resided in the so-called Tri-State area.  This area encompasses the land around the junction of South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana and includes:  Crook County, WY; Carter County, MT; Butte and Harding Counties in SD, as well as parts of Perkins, Meade, and Lawrence Cos. in South Dakota.  We would like this Home Page to be as useful and informative as possible.  The Society meets at the Belle Fourche Public Library the 4th Thursday of each month, except Nov.  Everyone is welcome!


Membership to the Society is $10 / year, beginning Oct.
Tri-State Genealogical Society
% Public Library
905 5th Ave
Belle Fourche, SD 57717
Membership includes a subscription to WyMonDak Messenger, our quarterly  newsletter.
PLEASE INCLUDE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS, if you have one. 
Thanks to the efforts of Howard Ross and Milt Miller, the Society now has available a 15-year index to the WY-MON-DAK Messenger. cost $35.00, includes index, binder & tabs. The Genealogical Society members Howard Ross and Milt Miller have also created a index of the Butte County federal censuses (1880, 1900, 1910, 1920). There is also an index of the earliest tax register for Butte County.

If you would like these Indexes checked for a name,  send $2.00 and a SASE.  The Messenger Index will be checked and then if the name is found, the page from the newsletter will be sent to you.  Send to the above address or the below email.  Individual newsletter sell for $1.00 each.


Index from the   A History of Butte County, South Dakota, 1989  --Look-up available
   
                         Please check the index, then email

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PINESLOPE, ST PAUL CATHOLIC AND MINNESELA CEMETERIES

In memory of Ernest Gottschalk ; a man who spent hours searching for unmarked graves in our area. His research is at the Butte County Courthouse.
PIONEERS from  PIONEER FOOTPRINTS , copyright 1964 by Black Hills Half Century Club



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