The legislation of South Dakota is a LAW passed or the process of being made in the state legislature.
President Benjamiin Harrison.
On 2 November 1889.
South Dakota was admitted as either the 39th or the 40th state on 2 November 1889. President Harrison signed the law that made both North and South Dakota into states. Before he did so, he shuffled the papers on his desk. He covered up the names on the papers. No one knows which state he signed into law first, however, they are listed in alphabetical order, so that North Dakota is said to be the thirty-ninth state and South Dakota is said to be the fortieth.
It became a US State on 2 November 1889.
The Omnibus Statehood Bill of 1889.
Alaska Does Not have A division 1 school but just a few years ago South Dakota State University, University of South Dakota and North Dakota State University made the jump to Division 1. Only NDSU out of the three teams has made it to the Big dance.
in South Dakota there's a mountain made out of granite and its called Mount Rushmore.
They were following the Missouri River. It had not been named South Dakota when they made their expedition.
North Carolina, South Carolina, North Dakota, South Dakota, West Virginia, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, New Mexico,New Jersey
The railroad came to South Dakota during the gold boom of the late 1800s. In 1873, the first railroad train, the short line from Iowa, made its way to South Dakota.
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south Dakota granite
Congress made Texas a state while President Polk was in office.
They are both the same age; both being made states on November 2, 1889. North Dakota is before South Dakota in the list of states created only because of alphabetical order.
South Dakota Granite
cause its the longest bridge in south dakota
because it is and they made it to be that way and they like it so it is
On 2 November 1889.
South America is made up of several countries, so there is no one president.
People in South Dakota eat the same things other people eat. Foods promoted as being related to South Dakota include buffalo/bison, Kuchen, Knoephla soup, honey, wheat, corn, along with foods made with rhubarb and chokecherries! There are also several wineries in South Dakota that produce a variety of local wines.
November 2, 1889
The Black Hills are a landform. Who "made" the Black Hills depends on a variety of beliefs. The Dakota believe that Wankantanka, the chief god, created the earth.
Andrew Jackson was the first president who had moved out of the state in which in was born by the time he was elected President. He was born in South (or maybe North) Carolina but made his adult time in Tennessee. The first six presidents resided their entire lives in one state.