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Territorial evolution of South Dakota

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Territorial evolution of South Dakota

The following outline traces the territorial evolution of the U.S. State of South Dakota.

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See also

Iowa Territorial evolution of Iowa
Minnesota Territorial evolution of Minnesota
Montana Territorial evolution of Montana
Nebraska Territorial evolution of Nebraska
North Dakota Territorial evolution of North Dakota
Wyoming Territorial evolution of Wyoming

References

External links

  • State of South Dakota website
    • South Dakota State Historical Society
      • South Dakota State History Online
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