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Upon the arrival of the first Europeans, the region of the two Dakotas are populated by Indian tribes, including Cheyenne and Sioux (Dakotas). Exploration begins in 1738 with the trips of the Canadian Pedra do Vérendrye.

After hunting hunters and fur traders at the end of the 18th century, the area becomes one of the centers of fur traffic. It passes to the United States as part of the Louisiana purchase from France, in 1803. The Lewis and Clark expedition (1804-1806) crosses the region. The first permanent colony of the Southeast Dakota established in 1817. In 1832, Forte Pedra Chouteau is built by the American Fur Company of the German-American trader John Jacob Astor. Colonization is slow until 1874, when gold is discovered in the Black Hills. Settlers flock, attracted by this new wealth and fertile land. The Dakotas Indians, deprived of their land, are driven away from western Missouri. In 1861, a territory in Dakota is created that comprises South Dakota and North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming.

In 1876, other gold deposits are discovered, of which the Homestake lode celebrates, near Lead. The region then experienced a period of rapid colonization between 1879 and 1886. In 1889, the Dakotas were separated. The South Dakota joined the Union on November 2nd 1889, as the 40th American State. In the face of chronic drought problems in the west of the state, vast dams were built in the 1940s on Missouri. Four artificial lakes now allow to control the floods, to irrigate the soils and to supply of the hydroelectric energy. The state today is faced with the poverty of Indian reserves and the disorder of its populations.

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South Dakota Public Schools by County

Universities in South Dakota

South Dakota State University
The South Dakota State University in the city of Brookings is the largest university in the state with approximately 13,000 students. South Dakota State University was founded in 1881 as the Dakota Agriculture College. South Dakota State University has a particularly good reputation for its courses and research in the fields of agriculture, engineering and pharmacy. In terms of research, South Dakota State University is considered one of the best in the US Midwest. Theodor Schultz, who won the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1979, is a former student of South Dakota State University.

Contact www.sdstate.edu

University of South Dakota
The University of South Dakota in the city of Vermilion was founded in 1862, making it the oldest university in the state of South Dakota. The University of South Dakota has the only medical and law faculties in the state. Around 10,000 students are currently studying here.

Contact www.usd.edu

 


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