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Deer Season Applications Deadline to Apply June 14

Applications are now being taken for the 2019 East River, West River, Black Hills, Custer State Park, Refuge, and Muzzleloader Deer hunting seasons.

Remember, this is now a combined drawing. In the first drawing, you may select a First and Second Choice in two of the seasons.

Paper applications must be postmarked by Friday, June 14.

Online applications must be submitted by 8 a.m. CDT Wednesday, June 19 .

We know this application process is a little different. We have created a tutorial video to help you apply.

If you are still having problems navigating the system, please call our licensing office at 605.223.7660 or 605.223.7669.

Smithsonian Exhibition Coming to Fort Sisseton Historic State Park

FORT SISSETON HISTORIC STATE PARK - Every day, Americans are hard at work on farms, factories, in homes, or at desks keeping communities thriving. Fort Sisseton State Historical Park, in cooperation with the Fort Sisseton Commission, will explore the professions and the people that sustain American society when it hosts “The Way We Worked,” a Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition. 

The exhibit will be on view March 30 through June 26.

“The Way We Worked,” adapted from an original exhibition developed by the National Archives and Records Administration, explores how work has become a central element in American culture. It traces the many changes that have affected the workforce and work environments over the past 150 years, including the growth of manufacturing and the increasing use of technology. The exhibition draws from the Archives’ rich collections, including historic photographs, archival accounts of workers, film, audio, and interactives, to tell the story of how work impacts our individual lives and the historical and cultural fabric of our communities.

“We are pleased to be able to bring ‘The Way We Worked’ to our area,” said Ali Tonsfeldt, park manager at Fort Sisseton. “It allows us the opportunity to explore this fascinating aspect of our own region’s history, and we hope that it will inspire many to become even more involved in the cultural life of our community. With this special tour, we are pleased to be working with the surrounding businesses and museums to develop a local exhibition and public programs to compliment the Smithsonian exhibition.”

Programs include a grand opening on April 6, educational classes, book discussions, and more.

“The Way We Worked” is part of the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES). SITES connects millions of Americans with their shared cultural heritage through a wide range of art, science and history exhibitions. The exhibition was made possible with the support of the United States Congress.

Fort Sisseton State Historical Park is located southwest of Lake City in northeast South Dakota.

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