The history of Belle Fourche is steeped in ranching and farming. This collection shows every day life from the 20th century for residents of Belle Fouche.
The Deadwood City Archives was incorporated in 1992 by the City of Deadwood and the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission. Revenues generated through limited gaming help to preserve and interpret historic records and municipal documents pertaining to citizens of Deadwood and Lawrence County, South Dakota.
The photographs, …
The Deadwood Public Library's history archives includes photographs from the early days of Deadwood. The items were taken from the Library's physical collection.
Visit the Deadwood Public Library to learn more.
The city of Spearfish celebrated its 125th birthday in 2013. The photographs from this collection show Spearfish through the years.
To learn more about the collection, contact the Grace Balloch Memorial Library in Spearfish.
Collection includes maps of the Pine Ridge Reservation from the early 20th century.
Visit the Oglala Lakota College Library's website for more information about Oglala Lakota College's historical collections.
With the records of the past we learn more about who we are as individuals, families and communities. People from throughout our region have come together to help build the Archives of the Black Hills Knowledge Network. The resources here -- including documents and photographs -- will help you discover the rich history of our community. They can also deepen our understanding of the issues and challenges we face today.
To search the Archives, enter a keyword in the search bar or browse by collection. In most cases the keyword search will return results from the full text of documents in the Archive.
The Black Hills Knowledge Network is dedicated to providing universal access to a deep and useful body of materials related to the history of our region. If you or your organization would like to get involved, please send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.