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South Dakota

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DARRYL LEWIS-ABRIOL

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Transcript of South Dakota

South Dakota
by
Darryl Lewis-Abriol

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi
State Flag
& Motto
State Symbols
STATE SONG
The big natural resources are gold and rye. Gold is a precious metal and rye is grown and looks like wheat. It is used in flour, beer, whiskies and in feed for livestock animals. Rye is grown in the states within the Great Plains.
NATURAL RESOURCES
State Animal
COYOTE
State Flower
State Bird
Ring-Necked Pheasant
State Seal
Hail, South Dakota

words and music by Deecourt Hammitt

Hail! South Dakota,
A great state of the land,
Health, wealth and beauty,
That's what makes her grand;
She has her Black Hills,
And mines with gold so rare,
And with her scen'ry,
No state can compare.

Come where the sun shines,
And where life's worth your while,
You won't be here long,
'Till you'll wear a smile;
No state's so healthy,
And no folk quite so true,
To South Dakota.
We all welcome you.

Hail! South Dakota,
The state we love the best,
Land of our fathers,
Builders of the west;
Home of the Badlands,
And Rushmore's ageless shrine,
Black Hills and prairies, (Hills, farms and prairies,)
Farmland and sunshine. (Blessed with bright Sunshine.)
LICENSE PLATES
SCHOOLS
CLIMATE
POPULATION
COUNTIES
VISIT
NATIONAL PARKS
THEME PARKS
FESTIVALS AND EVENTS
HISTORY
PHYSICAL FEATURES
LOCATION/REGION
STATEHOOD
CELEBRITIES/FAMOUS PEOPLE
GOVERNOR

TOURISM VIDEO
NATIVE AMERICAN GROUPS
Dennis Daugaard
American Pasque
The coyote is a four-legged mammal. It is part of the canine family. They are smaller than its wolf cousin, but, larger than a Beagle. These animals hunt during the day, usually alone, and, sometimes in pairs if the prey is large. Rarely do they hunt in packs. They can be found living in different areas: grasslands, foothills, and flat lands like deserts. It is common to find them living in cities and neighborhoods.
The blue on the flag represents the blue sky. In the center of the flag sits the state seal with the official state nickname "The Rushmore State". The flag became official in 1909. This flag flies over several important buildings: state buildings, schools, and institutions across the state.


As of 2015 the population was estimated at 853,175. It ranks 46th in population within all 50 states. The most populated area is the northern area of South Dakota.
There are only 66 counties in the state. Five counties are located within native american reservations. The counties with the most people are in the southeastern part of the state.

Things Manufactured
Computers and electronic equipment are the biggest thing manufactured in the state. Food, machinery, and transportation equipment are also how state makes their money. Gateway computers are the most popular item manufactured. They got started in Iowa but moved their headquarters to South Dakota in 1989.
Dennis is a republican. He was elected as the 32nd governor in January 8, 2011. He is originally from Dell Rapids, South Dakota.
Inside the seal is a boat on a river. A farmer is working a plow behind two horses. There is also agriculture and cattle. Purple mountains are in the background. This seal became official in 1889. This seal is also on the state flag.

The climate in this state is 'continental'. It has four obvious seasons. The winters are cold and dry, the summers are hot and humid.The summers are hot and get up to 90 degrees. The winters are so cold that the highest temperature in January is still below freezing(32F). The eastern part of the state is known as Tornado Alley because of its sometimes terrible weather like thunder, hail, thunderstorms and strong winds.
Born in South Dakota is folk hero Wild Bill Hickock a famous lawman/sheriff in the early days. He was known for gunballtles and great use of a revolver. He was born in the city of Deadwood.
South Dakota is located in the Midwest region. These states are mostly flat. There are 12 states in the region. This region is in the middle upper part of the United States.
South Dakota is beautiful. Most of the state is part of the "Great Plains'. Because of where it is located it has many different physical features. It's rugged, with rolling hills, ravines, plains, and flat-topped hills. Its lowest point which is Big Stone Lake is 962 feet above sea level. Harney Peak is the highest point of the state at 7,742 feet above sea level. There are 5 major lakes and a major river that flows right through the middle, called the Missouri river.
There are seven national parks in the state. The most popular is Mount Rushmore National Memorial, with the carvings of four past president's heads. It is located in the western-most part of the state close to the border of Wyoming.
There are 3 major theme parks in the state: Flintstones Bedrock City, Gulches of Fun, and Ranch Amusement Park. The most popular park is Flintstones Bedrock City has roller-coaster rides and shows. It's located in the Black Hills National Forest.
In November 2, 1889 South
Dakota and North Dakota became part of the union. It was the 40th state to enter. Before it entered the union is was part of the Dakota territory; the southern part, below North Dakota.
The biggest festival in the state is the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. It lasts a whole week, and is held the first full week in August. It began in 1938. Motorcycle riders and fans come from around the world.
There are 8 tribes that are identified by the US Government. They are: Cheyenne, Crow Creek, Flandreau, Lower Brule, Oglala, Rosebud, Sisseton-Wahpeton, Yankton.
This is a pretty looking bird. It has a white ring around it's neck and a colorful head. It is about the same size and the same shape of a chicken. Many people in other states, where its allowed, consider the meat of this pheasant delicious. This pheasant originally came from the continent of Asia.
This pretty lavender colored flower grows wild all over the state. It is called many names: prairie crocus, wind flower, meadow anemone, and May Day flower. It is very poisonous if eaten.
In 2013 there were 651 regular public schools and a total of 130,471 students enrolled. It used to be required that students stay in school up to age 16. Now the requirement is 18 years old. Students must be 6 years old to enter kindergarten. The first public school called the 'territorial school' was located in the southeastern region of the state.
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