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Pearl Harbor Survivors: South Dakota Stories
Archival footage from 1982 from a SDPB Statewide episode featuring Oscar Howe's works.
An archival 1989 documentary from the USD Fine Arts department on artist Oscar Howe.
Dale Lamphere discusses the process of creating Dignity
"There. And Back" recounts the experiences of POW and Vietnam Vet, Captain Charlie Plumb.
A a look at the pine beetle epidemic in the Black Hills and efforts to limit the damage.
Temples of Justice explores the rich history of South Dakota's county courthouses.
A film shot at the 1912 South Dakota State Fair is compared with video shot in 2012.
Dale Lamphere on how future generations might view Dignity
Dale Lamphere talks about the structural engineering of Dignity
South Dakota Artist Laureate Dale Lamphere discusses his sculpture "Dignity".
Dr. Wayne S. Knutson, Playwright, speaks with Rasmus Sunde at the Stavig House Museum.
1991 dedication of the trail later named for SD governor George S. Mickelson
Home video from ceremonies held in Lead and elsewhere.
Home video from dedication events in Hill City and Custer.
Home video of dedication ceremonies held in Edgemont