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Size: 3" x 5"
Copyrighted: 1915
Lithographer: Unidentified

South Dakota map - harvesting wheat
Area: 77,615 sq. mi
Population: 583,888
Scenes: Wheat

Reverse - Text

South Dakota is bounded by North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana; gross area, 77,615 sq. miles; land area, 76,868 sq. miles; water area, 747 sq. miles; capital, Pierre. Get a package of Arbuckles' Coffee today--whole bean or ground--and see for yourself what splendid coffee it is.
     The surface of the eastern portion of the State is a level plain, while west of the Missouri River the surface is broken and contains the Black Hills, averaging 6,000 feet in height. The soil is fertile and especially adapted to raising cereals. Wild fruits grow in great abundance, and rich grass covers the prairies, affording excellent advantages for dairy farming and stock-raising.
     The principal farm crops are corn, wheat, oats, barley, potatoes and hay.
     The principal minerals are gold, silver, mineral waters, granite, sandstone, limestone, natural gas, portland cement, clay products and mica.
     The principal industries are flour, grist, cheese, butter and condensed milk.
     The climate is mild and pleasant, and the atmosphere is clear and dry, and owing to the elevation malarial diseases are unknown.
     Population in 1910, 317,112 males and 266,776 females, of whom 483,098 were of native and 100,790 of foreign birth; white, 563,771; negro, 817; Indian, 19,137; Chinese, 121; Japanese, 42. Total Population, 583,888.
This is one of a series of 54 cards.