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KEYSTONE HISTORICAL MUSEUM
Keystone Historical Museum
Keystone Schoolhouse 1900
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Learn about

The people who discovered gold in Battle Creek
The people who located Keystone's gold mines
The people who founded the Town of Keystone
The Black Hills Gold Rush
The Black Hills Tin Boom
The people who carved Mount Rushmore

Gutzon Borglum - the Sculptor
Peter Norbeck and Iron Mountain Road
CC Gideon and the Pigtail Bridges
Carrie Ingalls and The Little House on the Prairie
Wild Horse Harry Hardin and Sugar Babe

Keystone Consolidated Gold Mine
ca 1895
The Keystone Community Center - is available for public functions, receptions,
reunions, and business meetings. It is also home to the Keystone Public Library.
For information, please contact 605-666-4827.
Keystone Chamber of Commerce
110 Swanzey Street • Keystone, South Dakota 57751
(605) 666-4896 or 1 (800) 456-3345

email:
keystoneinfo@gtgnet.com

website: www.keystonechamber.com
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Keystone Chamber of Commerce

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Keystone Area Historical Society
410 3rd Street
Keystone, South Dakota 57751
605-255-5280
605-666-4661
605-666-4630

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