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Bringing the diversity of the USA to life in a beautifully illustrated resource designed especially for libraries and schools. Covering the USA - 50 States, 5 Territories, Washington, DC.
A comprehensive travel guide providing practical information for experiencing the world and all its wonders, for travelers and students alike.
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Practice exams for the written portion, SD drivers manuals (Driver, Motorcycle, and CDL), and South Dakota DMV FAQ section.
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More than 5 billion records from around the world for family history research.
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Historical newspapers archive from the 1700s-2000s 3,000+ news titles from the U.S. and around the world.
Full-text magazine and journal articles.
South Dakota Historical Maps from 1867 to 1970
Historical newspaper indexes from the following: Deadwood/Black Hills (1877-1900), Indian Country Today (1991-2003), Rapid City Journal (1999-2005), SDSU Collegian Index (1970-2000), and Sioux Falls Argus-Leader (1979-2003).
A collection of free online research and educational resources for a variety of ages and interests.
Full-text articles from over 1000 newspapers, television, radio, and web-only media sources.
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Displays a map with over nine million original U.S. landowners in a single, searchable presentation.