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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com July 16, 2019 • Page 3 Four More State Properties Listed On National Register Of Historic Places PIERRE, S.D. – Four more South Dakota properties were recently added to the National Register of Historic Places, according to the South Dakota State Historical Society. The properties listed in late June are the Gale Buildings in Canton, the Shady Lawn School No. 8 near De Smet, the Pierre American Legion Cabin, and the East Side Fire Station and Branch Library in Sioux Falls. The National Register is the official federal list of properties identified as important in American history, architecture, archaeology, engineering and culture. The State Historic Preservation Office of the State Historical Society works in conjunction with the National Park Service, which oversees the National Register program, to list the properties. "South Dakota's history is rich in American Indian culture, pioneer life and change," said Jay D. Vogt, state historic preservation officer and director of the State Historical Society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. "The more than 1,300 state individual properties and districts listed on the National Register are important for their role in South Dakota's culture, heritage and history. And when properties get listed, it shows that their owners take pride in their role in preserving that culture, heritage and history." Buildings, sites, structures and objects at least 50 years old possessing historical significance may qualify for the National Register, according to Vogt. Properties must also maintain their historic location, design, materials and association. Listing on the National Register does not place any limitations on private property owners by the federal government. Following is more information about these newly listed properties. Gale Buildings, Canton The Gale Buildings are located at 101 and 103-107 S. Main St. in Canton. Their period of historic significance begins with Frank A. Gale’s construction of the Gale & Ward Bank in 1880 through the last phase of historically-significant architectural remodeling in 1916. In 1882, Gale purchased the adjoining property and built a commercial building designed to be similar to the bank in height, finish and style of architecture. The buildings are listed for their significance by four different criteria: First is Community Planning/ Development as they are two of the first commercial buildings erected to solidify the location of the city of Canton at its present site. Next, they are recognized in Commerce for their long role in the city’s commercial history. They are also significant for their association with Gale. Not only was he an active early resident of Canton, influential in the city’s commercial and political history, but he is also known for participating in key territorial political events leading up to South Dakota’s statehood in 1889. Finally, the structures are also important for their Architecture as a representation of Italianate commercial construction early in Canton. Shady Lawn School No. 8, near De Smet This one-room school Mobile Disaster Recovery Centers Coming To Turner, Hutchinson Counties PIERRE, SD – The State of South Dakota and the Federal Emergency Management Agency are sending mobile Disaster Recovery Centers to Turner and Hutchinson counties to offer in-person support to individuals and businesses that suffered losses from the severe winter storms and flooding from mid-March to late April 2019. Representatives from the state, FEMA, U.S. Small Business Administration, and other organizations will staff the mobile centers to explain available assistance programs and help connect survivors with resources that best match their recovery needs. Turner County July 15-18 (Monday-Thursday) Viborg City Hall 110 N. Main St., Viborg, S.D. Hutchinson County July 22-25 (Monday-Thursday) County Court House 140 Euclid St., Olivet, S.D. Both Centers are open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. local time. Individuals can visit any of the centers for assistance. Use the FEMA mobile app, or visit www.fema.gov/ DRC for additional fixed-site center locations. Check out the house located in rural Kingsbury County was built in 1891. Shady Lawn School No. 8 retains integrity of location, setting, design, workmanship, materials, feeling and association. The original floor plan is intact. It is listed under the Schools in South Dakota (1999) Multiple Property Listing for historic significance in the context of education. It is significant because it represents the development of rural education, and it is recognized for design and construction as an excellent statewide example of an early rural schoolhouse constructed at the end of the 19th century. Both exterior and interior features represent the evolution of teaching tools available and the daily routine of children and teachers as they attended school. Pierre American Legion Cabin, Pierre Located at 520 S. Pierre St. in Pierre, the Pierre American Legion Cabin was built in 1942. It is listed for its significance in the areas of social history and architecture. Its importance under social history is two-fold. First, the National Youth Administration (NYA) constructed the cabin as part of a New Deal program. It is the only known NYA-constructed building in Pierre. Additionally, it is one of only two known New Deal buildings still standing in Pierre. Second, the Pierre Post 8 of the American Legion has been headquartered out of the building for the last 77 years. Pierre Post 8 has been involved in efforts that promote the welfare of society locally, statewide, nationally and internationally. Architecturally, the Pierre American Legion Cabin is the largest log structure in central South Dakota and the largest known Rustic Style building located outside of the Black Hills. East Side Fire Station and Branch Library, Sioux Falls The East Side Fire Station and Branch Library was built in 1916 and is located at 600 E. 7th St. It is locally significant under the areas of Politics/Government and Education. It is associated with the growth of Sioux Falls during the first half of the 20th century, including that city’s expansion of municipal services to satellite locations. It was also the first city station designed for motorized vehicles. The library wing similarly housed the first branch of that institution for the city. The library and the nursery school that subsequently occupied the wing represent historically significant elements of educational development in Sioux Falls. At the time of construction, the balance of the block was occupied by an abandoned stone quarry. In 1917, the city acquired the quarry and converted it into Library Park, now called Heritage Park. For more information on the National Register or other historic preservation programs, contact the State Historic Preservation Office at the Cultural Heritage Center, 900 Governors Drive, Pierre, SD 575012217; telephone 605-7733458 or website history. sd.gov/Preservation (click on National Register of Historic Places in the right column). Financial Impairment On The Farm Webinar Offered July 30 BROOKINGS, S.D. The I-29 Moo University consortium of Extension dairy specialists from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota will host a Financial Impairment on the Farm webinar from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. on July 30, 2019. The webinar is free and open to all those involved in production agriculture, specifically producers and agri-business personnel. The program will focus on issues producers face during times of financial impairment with emphasis placed on mediation, reorganization options and Chapter 12 Bankruptcy. Donald Swanson, attorney with Koley Jessen in Omaha, and Kristine Tidgren, Director for the Center of Ag Law and Taxation and an adjunct assistant professor at Iowa State University, will facilitate the discussion. There is no fee to participate in the webinar; however, preregistration is required. To register, visit the pre-registration website. After registering, information on accessing the webinar will be provided to attendees. The webinar will also be archived for viewing at a later date on the I-29 Moo University Consortium webpage. For more information on this and other programs, contact Fred M. Hall, ISU Extension at 712.737.4230 or by email or Tracey Erickson, SDSU Extension at 605.882.5140. The first step to receiving disaster assistance is to register with FEMA. You can do so: In person at the Disaster Recovery Center. Go online to DisasterAssistance. gov or DisasterAssistance.gov/es (for Spanish). Use the FEMA mobile app in English or Spanish. Call the disaster assistance helpline at 800-621-FEMA (3362) or 800462-7585 (TTY) anytime from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. local time seven days a week until further notice. Multilingual operators are available. All recovery centers are accessible to people with disabilities. Centers nd rd th th th th have assistive technology to aid December 2 & 3 , 9 & 10 , 16 & 17 • 1-3:00PM in In Print and Online! communication. Bring Your Cameras! 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