South Dakota Historical Mines

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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Adelphi Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Alameda Mine Lawrence Lead
Alpha-Platus Mine Lawrence Lead
Apex Mine Lawrence Lead
Baltimore Mine Lawrence Lead
Ben Hur Mine Lawrence Lead
Big Bonanza Mine Lawrence Lead
Clinton Mine Lawrence Lead
Columbus Mine Lawrence Jolly
Crown Hill Mine Lawrence Lead
Daisy Mine Lawrence Lead
Dividened Mine Lawrence Lead
Echo Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Esmeralda Mine Lawrence Lead
Etta Mine Lawrence Lead
Fannie Mine Lawrence Lead
Gentle Annie Mine Lawrence Lead
Gladiator Mine Lawrence Lead
Glover Mine Lawrence Lead
Gold Dirt Mine Pennington Silver City
Golden Reward Mine Lawrence Lead
Golden Slipper Mine Pennington Silver City
Imperial Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Iron Hill Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Juno Mine Lawrence Lead
Jupiter Mine Lawrence Lead
Kicking Horse Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Lexington Hill Mine Lawrence Deadwood South
Little Tornado Mine Lawrence Lead
Lucky Cuss Mine Pennington Mount Rushmore
Old Ironsides Mine Lawrence Lead
Omega Mine Pennington Silver City
Oro Fino Lawrence Deadwood South
Pinney Mine Lawrence Lead
Ragged Top Lawrence Savoy
Retriever Mine Lawrence Lead
Rosebud Mine Pennington Hayward
Ruby Belle Mine Lawrence Lead
Saginaw Mine Custer Berne
Seabury-Calkins Mine Lawrence Spearfish
Snowstorm Mine Lawrence Lead
Two Bit Mine Lawrence Argyle
Union Mine Lawrence Lead
Upper Welcome Mine Lawrence Lead
Wells Fargo Mine Lawrence Spearfish
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