Historical Markers in
Pennington County, South Dakota

(Mount Rushmore) Chronology A City Divided Abraham Lincoln After the Fire Berlin Wall Segments Black Hills Veterans Memorial Born of Volcanos Castleton Celebrating Victory Cheyenne River Rest Area Cheyenne River Rest Area Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Civilian Conservation Corps Camp Cliff Shelf Nature Trail Confrontation Construction of the Wall Early Places Explorer II Follow the Horseshoes through Founders Park Plaza George Washington Gutzon Borglum Gutzon Borglum Harney Peak Lookout High Security Hill City Historic Madison Ranch History of the United States of America Invisible Warriors I've Been Working on the Railroad Journey to Wounded Knee Jungle on a Seabed Landscapes Measuring Gage Shut Down Missouri River Multiple Purpose Management in Action Native American Culture Newton Lake CCC Camp Not Just Any Old Railroad Line Pactola Dam & Reservoir Peter Norbeck Pioneers and Native Americans Purple Heart Memorial Highway Rapid City Founders Camp Site Rapid City's Founders Rapid Creek Flood Mark Rapid Trout Rockwell B-1B "Lancer" Rushmore Workers Sheridan Tank Traps The American Commitment The Berlin Wall Memorial The Black Hills Central Railroad The Carrol McDonald Post No. 246 The Cruel Border The Eagles The Father of Mount Rushmore The Galena Fire Chronology The Historic Pap Madison Cabin The Journey of The Pap Madison Cabin The Power to Carve a Mountain Theodore Roosevelt Thomas Jefferson Von Woehrman Building Walter Dale Miller: Water for a Thirsty West Welcome to Founders Park Plaza Wildlife and Fire World's Only Corn Palace - Mitchell "Work Call"