If you imagine South Dakota as a dry and dusty plains state, you are partly right, says author John Milton in this gracefully written history. But the image of flat, barren prairies fails to convey other qualities that have lured people there-the cool fragrance of the pine-covered Black Hills, the grand sweep of sky and earth on the prairie.
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