South Dakota

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Anemone patens

Pasque flower (Anemone patens) is the South Dakota state flower and the first to flower each spring.

Anemone patens

Pasque flower (Anemone patens) is the South Dakota state flower and the first to flower each spring.

Coteau Forest

Vegetation growing in the Coteau Forest near Seiche Hollow State Park and Sisseton, South Dakota

Prairie Coteau

Border of South and North Dakota (looking north) on the north edge of the Prairie Coteau (granite marker on border).

SDSU: Notebooks - Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 1

Field research notebook of N.E. Hansen. Alfalfa and clover plats planted July 20, 1907. Varieties studied originated from Norway, Turkistan, Russia, Siberia, Sweden, Lapland, and South America. Handwritten

SDSU: Notebooks - Alfalfa and clovers plat: Book 2

Field research notebook of N. E. Hansen. Alfalfa and clover grasses planted May 1908. Varieties studied originated from Norway, Turkistan, Russia, Siberia, Sweden, Lapland, and South America. Several varieties came from the Moscow Agricultural College (Moscow Timiryazev Agricultural Academy).

SDSU: Notebooks - Alfalfa book

Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with alfalfa, which were conducted throughout South Dakota in 1913. Places include Faith, Ipswich, Isabel, Kadoka, Lemmon, Miller, Mobridge, Pierre, Vivian, and Winner. Varieties studied include Samara, Cossack, Cherno, and Semipalatinsk.

SDSU: Notebooks - Alfalfa's: 1911-M-1-tc

Research notebook for N.E. Hansen's experiments with alfalfa for 1911, with notes regarding 1909 and 1910 experiments. Varieties studied include Omsk, Cossack, Samara, North Sweden, Obb Siberia, and Cherno.

South Dakota Farmers Union Picnics

South Dakota Farmers Union picnics. Features children participating in outdoor activities such as playing softball, volleyball, horseshoes, swimming, horseback riding, leading cattle, foot racing, square dancing, and picnicking. Other footage includes flag-raising ceremonies, Mount Rushmore, various Co-op products, and Phillips 66 trucks and equipment. The film is in color and silent.