Mound City, South Dakota: A Century of Memories: 1884 – 1984

Mound City Centennial Committee, Mound City, South Dakota, 1984, 248 pages, hardcover.


The Table of Contents includes: Dedication, Foreward, Govenor’s Proclamation, House Resolution, Original Plat, Town Board Greeting, Mound City History, Compbell County History, Campbell County Schools, Early Days at Herreid, ASCS Office Dispute, History on the Lighter Side, Extension Service, Clubs and Churches, Businesses Today, Businesses Today, sports, Family Histories, Centennial Committees, and Advertising Index.
 
The family histories for pages 113 to 237 include: Alexander, Allen, Aman, Anderson, Ankerson, Aube, Austinson, Baron, Bauer, Berreth, Bossert, Brandon, Bratmoe, Brockel, Carlson, Clyborne, Crowley, Dahlberg, Davis, Deibert, Desmond, DeVan, Ehrmann, Fadness, Falde, Fassbender, Fenelon, Fenske, Fischer, Fossum, Goehring, Gosling, Grad, Graven, Gunderson, Gurigaard, Gustafson, Haefner, Hansen, Hanson, Harp, Hatch, Hein, Heiser, Heisler, Hinzman, Johnson, Kanable, Kary, Kightlinger, Kirback, Klingman, Kluckman, Kosel, Knudson, Kramlich, Krokel, Kramlick, Krueger, Kundert, Larson, Loy, Madden, Maier, Martinsen, Mickelson, Miles, Moak, Monthye, Moser, Myren, Myren, Mulder, Mundt, Noste, Odde, Opheim, Pfeifle, Prasek, Prestegard, Quaschnick, Reimer, Renner, Rische, Ritter, Rodenburg, Rossow, Rueb, Rusten, Saizer, Salverson, Salzer, Salzsiedler, Senstad, Schaffer, Schick, Schmidt, Schnaible, Schneider, Schockey, Schuetzle, Shattuck, Shepard, Sjomeling, Skillingstad, Slocum, Sognesand, Solomonson, Stensby, Syljuberget, Titland, Trainor, Tronson, Twete, Vojta, Vroman, Wassel, Wolverton, and Wolfer.  

Jake Bentz leans agains the wall and Earl Fischer looks out from the doorway of the Bank building which is now Bernie's Bar, while Iver C. Noste sits in his Watkins wagon in front.
The courthouse was a busy place during a 1921 land sale.

Mound City, South Dakota:
A Century of Memories: 1884 – 1984

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