Tripp County, South Dakota
People & Families

* * * * * Business Men * * * * *

1914 Dentists 1918 Farmers Living in the North Part of Tripp County 1918 Lawyers
Isaac P. Bettelyoun Dad Burpee Ben Butts - Man Rises From Poverty in Only Eight Years
Ben Butts - The Outlaw Entrepreneur John Colombe H. R. Fowler
Roscoe Knodell Lamoureaux Townsite Company

* * * * * Centenarians * * * * *

Selma Carolina (Norland) Holden Obit Ida Karlin Obit Arthur Kemp Obit
Elizabeth "Lizzie" Larsh Obit Eleanor Rohla Obit Inez Schoulte Obit




* * * * * Indians * * * * *

Chief Red Hill Hollow Horn Bear - Sioux Chiefs Picture on Bills Indian Runs Auto Stage
The Rosebud - Lower Brule Indian Question Settled

* * * * * People * * * * *

Ervin "Sonny" Bishop - Retired football player reconnects with his roots Alexander B. Cameron Don Johannsen
Lucas Family June Lucas McCrady Caldwell "Collie" C. McIntosh
Thomas Greene McIntosh Family Major James McLaughlin Gene Milner
George E. and Katie (Mikuska) Nagel Lieut. Neil Overton Family Reunion Nels Rasmussen
Mildred R. Voltz


* * * * * Who's Who * * * * *

M. Warner Bauer Charles Boreson Windsor Doherty
Lloyd D. Evans Robert Pearsall Frazier Emmett Orville Frescoln
John Knecht Carle B. Leniker John R. Martin
Frank Charles O'Hollaren Theodore Smook Steele, Henry Miller
Eli Tuttle George Albert Wooden John Wesley Zerbe
Francis M. Ziebach



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