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How The Pioneers Adapt Themselves to Changes in Profession

Blunt, D. T., Correspondence to Chicago Inter-Ocean. The District Attorney of Potter County runs a milk wagon during vacation. A physician formerly of Union City, Kentucky, spent his first few months here as a day laborer while he had two diplomas hanging up in his room. A man who had a jewelry store in Leadville, Colorado, came to Blunt, and finding two jewelers here bought out a meat market and ran it for nearly a year successfully. A graduate of a Pennsylvania college who had read law two years got his first start in Wessington sawing wood at a hotel. …

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South Dakota Newspapers and Obituaries

South Dakota Historical Newspapers Online South Dakota Newspapers Online Beresford Beresford Republic 1898-2014 Beresford Weekly News 1908-1909 Republic Beresford 1898 Beresford News 1899-1926 Beresford Union County Republic 1898 Union County Republic 1897 Vermillion Semi-Weekly Register 1875-1876 The Clay County Register 1872-1875 The Dakota Republican 1862-1924 The Dakota Republican and Vermillion Standard 1882-1884 The Summer Session News 1923 The Vermillion Standard 1876-1881 The Vermillionaire 1928-1929 The Volante 1896-1924 The Wagner Post 1925-1926 Vermillion Plain Talk 1893-1924 Wakonda Monitor 1891-1924 South Dakota Obituaries Haaken County Roberts, Editha Iowa Ferguson Roberts, Joseph Hughes County Roberts, Lilburn Brashears Meade County Ormsby, Nancy Custer Miner …

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The Picturesque Story of South Dakota

South Dakota Biographies

Marthy Jane Cannary Biographies from the Memorial and Biographical Record These biographies are from “Memorial and biographical record; an illustrated compendium of biography, containing a compendium of local biography, including biographical sketches of prominent old settlers and representative citizens of South Dakota…” W. G. Ackerman Ell Nathan Aldrich Irwin D. Aldrich M. D. Alexander Andrew A. Anderson G. W. Anderson Oliver E. Anderson William Anderson James Oliver Andrews James J. Aplin Giles A. Baker Thomas Bandy Julian Bennett Dr. William S. Bentley Dr. S. N. Blair Joseph F. Bockler H. A. Booth George C. Bradley Christopher Brakke George Nelson Breed …

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Martha Jane Cannary

My maiden name was Marthy Cannary. I was born in Princeton, Missouri, May 1st, 1852. Father and mother were natives of Ohio. I had two brothers and three sisters, I being the oldest of the children. As a child I always had a fondness for adventure and out-door exercise and especial fondness for horses which I began to ride at an early age and continued to do so until I became an expert rider being able to ride the most vicious and stubborn of horses, in fact the greater portion of my life in early times was spent in this …

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