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"South Dakota Photographed" celebrates The Rushmore State. Our editors selected favorite photographs from 20 years of publishing and organized them into eight chapters, beginning with the four seasons of the year. Other chapters focus on Lewis and Clark's Missouri River; towns and cities; the youth of our state; and finally a collection of black and white photos from the magazine's early years. -from the back cover South Dakota is different from each of the other 49 states. This book should suffice as evidence if you ever need to prove it. Not one of the 400-plus photos you'll find inside could be duplicated outside our borders. "South Dakota Magazine" has a reputation as the premier collector of good stories and pictures about the Rushmore State, but this is the first time we've taken our readers' favorite photos and bound them together in one book. In an introduction to the book, our publisher Bernie Hunhoff says a magazine's pictures are just as important as the written word. "The photos expand our senses," he explains. "Most of us will never get to live like Beryle Seaman, the recluse on the Bad River, but seeing photographs gives us a sense of what it might like to be Beryle- orto watch a moonrise at Sheep Mountain." -from the inside flap
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Book Description Middle Border Books, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0974404411
Book Description Middle Border Books, 2005. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0974404411
Book Description Middle Border Books, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110974404411