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What was the settlement in South Dakota?

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Fort Pierre, established in 1817, was the first permanent settlement in South Dakota.


There is no one definite person who first settled in South Dakota. Native Americans were the first people to settle in South Dakota. Fur trappers and traders settled in South Dakota, especially the Black Hills, due to the many available animals. The first American settlement in South Dakota was at Fort Pierre, which started as a fur trading settlement.


The first permanent American settlement in South Dakota was Fort Pierre. It began as a fur trading post in 1817.


South Dakota is south of North Dakota.


Yankton, South Dakota is on the border of South Dakota and Nebraska as are North Siuox City and Dakota Dunes, South Dakota. Big Stone City, South Dakota is on the border of South Dakota and Minnesota. Lemmon, South Dakota is located on the border of South Dakota and North Dakota.


North Dakota is bordered by South Dakota to the south.


The US state of South Dakota is south of the US state of North Dakota.



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The state of South Dakota is south of North Dakota.


Although South Dakota has deer, there are no caribou in South Dakota.


North Dakota is bordered by South Dakota to the south.


South Dakota to India is much farther than South Dakota to Canada.


North Dakota is farther north than South Dakota. North Dakota is directly north of South Dakota.


No. Bismarck is located in North Dakota, not South Dakota. Mount Rushmore is located in South Dakota, near Keystone, South Dakota.


The state of South Dakota is south of the state of North Dakota.


The University of South Dakota is located in the state of South Dakota.


Deerfield, South Dakota is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota, north west of Hill City, South Dakota.


South Dakota did not have any 'colonial days' because South Dakota was not a colony. South Dakota was part of the Dakota Territory, so South Dakota had 'territorial days'.


People who live in South Dakota or who come from South Dakota are called South Dakotan.


You would travel south to go from North Dakota to South Dakota.


South Dakota is bordered by Nebraska to the south.


South Dakota's origin means how the state of South Dakota got its start. South Dakota was a part of the Dakota Territory. South Dakota became a US state in 1889.


There is no county in South Dakota named "Penning". There is a Pennington County in South Dakota that is bordered by the following counties:Meade County, South Dakota - northHaakon County, South Dakota - northeastJackson County, South Dakota - southeastShannon County, South Dakota - southCuster County, South Dakota - southwestWeston County, Wyoming - westLawrence County, South Dakota - northwest


Wyoming is further south than South Dakota.



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