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One of the West's wildest Gold Rush towns, Deadwood, in a deep gulch high in the hills 42 miles northwest of Rapid City, has the rare accolade of being a National Historic Landmark in its entirety. Within a year of the discovery of gold here in 1876, six thousand gold-diggers had swarmed in to stake their claims; con artists, outlaws, and other dubious frontier types were not far behind. Among them were James Butler, aka Wild Bill Hickok – sometime spy, scout, bullwhacker, stagecoach driver, sheriff, and gambler, who spent only a few weeks in Deadwood prior to his murder here by a young drifter in 1876. …
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Boulder Canyon Country Club

Located on the border of the Black Hills National Forest, between Sturgis and Deadwood, this challenging nine-hole, par 72 golf course features rental carts and a full ...

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