2011 Dacotah Prairie Museum Annual Report
||New Mural Graces DPM - This mural was created by the 2010 art students attending the Granary event. It's a great addition to our "front porch" area and a good example of adding art to a building.
Sue Gates, DPM director, presents Salvation Army Captain, Michael Cripe, 187 pair of mittens and gloves that groups and individuals placed on the Mitten Tree during the 2008 Christmas Tree Lane Exhibit at the DPM.
This Day in History Radio Feature Archive
Past comes alive
- History Camp provides fun, lessons for youngsters
by James Kruger, American News, Thursday, July 10, 2008
Hands shot up when Sherri Rawstern asked kids for a volunteer to haul buckets of water Wednesday at the History Camp in Centennial Village north of Aberdeen... more
||The Dacotah Prairie Museum receives an “Access for All in
Aberdeen” decal from the Mayor's Advisory Committee for
People with Disabilities in Aberdeen.
South Dakota Becomes a State on November 2, 1889
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Museum to explore expansion possibilities
by Scott Waltman, American News, Thursday, October 25, 2007
Charged with caring for Brown County's past, the Dacotah Prairie Museum is thinking about its own future... more
Dacotah Prairie Museum needs more space
Opinion, American News, Thursday, October 25, 2007
The Dacotah Prairie Museum is a gem for Aberdeen, Brown County and visitors worldwide - and now it needs more space... more
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