Journal of A New Nation's Journey West
 
May 5 - 21, 2004

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 May 10, 2004 First stop of the day was at Fort Randall, to see the ruins of the old chapel. Built in   1856, the fort was for the protection of settlers. The chapel was built by men of the fort in their free time. When the fort was abandoned in 1892 the church was left. Over the years it has deteriorated. Now the Army Corps of Engineers is replacing the roof, and plan to remake it to look like it did when built. Lois Flanagan is enjoying a short walk to more interpretive panels ok

A stop at a great overlook in Chamberlain, SD, where Stan & Emma Chamberlain carry our flag. And the tepee displayed at the Akta Lakota Museum.

On to the Capital, Pierre, and their fine Cultural Interpretive Center

Cultural Heritage Center

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