Lead, South Dakota

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in the Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming, at the intersection of U.S. Route 85 and Wyoming Highway 585. It is located north of Newcastle (Newcastle, Wyoming), southeast of Sundance, and southwest of Lead, South Dakota. Originally a stage station on the famous stagecoach road Cheyenne Black Hills Stage Route (Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Route and Rawhide Buttes and Running Water Stage Stations) connecting Cheyenne (Cheyenne, Wyoming) and the Union Pacific Railroad


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for the Proposed Design of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory" . - U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). In 1974, most of Lead was added to the National Register of Historic Places under the name of the "Lead Historic District". Over four hundred buildings and were included in the historic district (historic district (United States)), which has boundaries roughly equivalent to the city limits. ref name nris >

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a bakery. He was the source subject of a book ''I Fought With Custer, The Story of Sergeant Windolph'' which is listed as written by Frazier & Robert Hunt, published in 1947. He died in 1950 at age 98, the last of the white participants in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. His remains were interred in the Black Hills National Cemetery. - Lead-Deadwood High School Public Lead (Lead, South Dakota) Lawrence (Lawrence County, South Dakota) Golddiggers - Pactola Lake


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. Phoebe Hearst and Thomas Grier, the Homestake Mine superintendent worked together to create the Homestake Opera House and Recreation Center for the benefit of miner workers and their families. Phoebe Hearst donated regularly to Lead's churches, and provided college scholarships to the children of mine and mill workers. Smith, Duane A. - "Here's to low-grade ore and plenty of it, the Hearsts and the Homestake mine". - ''Mining Engineering''. - September 2003. - p.23-27. ref>

Moved to Make Room for a Gold Mine" April 1933, ''Popular Mechanics'' Lead and the Homestake Mine have been selected as the site of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory, a proposed NSF facility for low-background experiments on neutrinos, dark matter, and other nuclear physics topics, as well as biology and mine engineering studies. News: "Team Selected

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in the Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming, at the intersection of U.S. Route 85 and Wyoming Highway 585. It is located north of Newcastle (Newcastle, Wyoming), southeast of Sundance, and southwest of Lead, South Dakota. Originally a stage station on the famous stagecoach road Cheyenne Black Hills Stage Route (Cheyenne-Black Hills Stage Route and Rawhide Buttes and Running Water Stage Stations) connecting Cheyenne (Cheyenne, Wyoming) and the Union Pacific Railroad


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The Homestake Mine pit in Lead, South Dakota Two prominent man-made features of Lead's geography are the giant open cut, which was used for surface gold mining by the Homestake Mine, and the resulting ridge nearby built with the non-producing material from the cut. Climate


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web title American FactFinder url http: factfinder2.census.gov faces nav jsf pages index.xhtml publisher United States Census Bureau accessdate 2012-06-21 of 2010, there were 3,124 people, 1,420 households, and 828 families residing in the city. The population density was . The racial makeup of the city was 94.6% White (White (U.S. Census)), 0.3

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census . Lead is located in western South Dakota, in the Black Hills near the Wyoming state line. History The city was officially founded on July 10, 1876, after the discovery of gold. It is the site of the Homestake Mine (Homestake Mine (South Dakota)), the largest, deepest ( ) and most productive gold mine in the Western Hemisphere before closing in January 2002. By 1910, Lead had a population of 8,382, making it the second largest town

in South Dakota. Severson, Trudy. - "History of the Homestake Gold Mine". - Homestake Visitor Center. Lead was originally founded as a company town by the Homestake Mining Company, which ran the nearby Homestake Mine. Phoebe Hearst, wife of one of the principals, was instrumental in making Lead more livable. She established the Hearst Free Public Library in town, and in 1900 the Hearst Free Kindergarten

Moved to Make Room for a Gold Mine" April 1933, ''Popular Mechanics'' Lead and the Homestake Mine have been selected as the site of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory, a proposed NSF facility for low-background experiments on neutrinos, dark matter, and other nuclear physics topics, as well as biology and mine engineering studies. News: "Team Selected


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for the Proposed Design of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory" . - U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). In 1974, most of Lead was added to the National Register of Historic Places under the name of the "Lead Historic District". Over four hundred buildings and were included in the historic district (historic district (United States)), which has boundaries roughly equivalent to the city limits. ref name nris >


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Moved to Make Room for a Gold Mine" April 1933, ''Popular Mechanics'' Lead and the Homestake Mine have been selected as the site of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory, a proposed NSF facility for low-background experiments on neutrinos, dark matter, and other nuclear physics topics, as well as biology and mine engineering studies. News: "Team Selected for the Proposed Design of the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory". - U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF). In 1974, most of Lead was added to the National Register of Historic Places under the name of the "Lead Historic District". Over four hundred buildings and

Lead, South Dakota

name Lead Historic District nrhp_type hd image caption location Roughly bounded by the Lead city limits lat_degrees 44 lat_minutes 21 lat_seconds 6 lat_direction N long_degrees 103 long_minutes 45 long_seconds 45 long_direction W coord_display inline locmapin South Dakota built 1880 architecture Greek Revival (Greek Revival architecture), Hip cottage added December 31, 1974 area governing_body Local refnum 74001892 thumb right Buildings on Lead's western side (File:Roundhouse and other buildings in Lead, South Dakota.jpg)

'''Lead''' ( is a city in Lawrence County (Lawrence County, South Dakota), South Dakota, United States. The population was 3,124 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census). Lead is located in western South Dakota, in the Black Hills near the Wyoming state line.

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