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The city population was 26, at the census , making it the third most populous city in the state after Sioux Falls and Rapid City. Aberdeen is the principal city of the Aberdeen Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Brown and Edmunds counties and has a population of 40, in Aberdeen is considered a college town , being the home of both Northern State University and Presentation College. Before Aberdeen or Brown County was inhabited by European settlers, it was inhabited by the Sioux Indians from approximately to Europeans entered the region for business, founding fur trading posts during the s; these trading posts operated until the mids.
The first "settlers" of this region were the Arikara Indians , but they would later be joined by others. The first group of Euro-American settlers to reach the area that is now Brown County was a party of four people, three horses, two mules, fifteen cattle, and two wagons.
This group of settlers was later joined by another group the following spring, and, eventually, more settlers migrated toward this general area, currently known as Columbia, South Dakota. This town was established on June 15, The town was settled in ,  and incorporated in Aberdeen, like many towns of the Midwest, was built around the newly developing railroad systems. Aberdeen was first officially plotted as a town site on January 3, , by Charles Prior, the superintendent of the Minneapolis office of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St.
Mitchell, Charles Prior's boss, was responsible for the choice of town names, was born in Aberdeen , Scotland, after which the town of Aberdeen, South Dakota, was named. Aberdeen then operated under a city charter granted by the Territorial Legislature in March As Aberdeen grew, many businesses and buildings were constructed along Aberdeen's Main Street.
However, this soon became a problem due to Aberdeen's periodic flooding, which led to it being referred to as "The Town in the Frog Pond". At first, this unique condition presented no problem to the newly constructed buildings because it had not rained very much but, when heavy rains fell, the Pond reappeared and flooded the basements of every building on Main Street, causing many business owners and home owners much turmoil.
When this flooding happened, the city had one steam-powered pump that had to be used to dry out the entire area that had been flooded, which would take days, if not weeks — and more often than not, it would have rained again in this time period and caused even more flooding, even in the basements that had already been emptied of the water.
When the water was gone from the basements, the city still had to deal with the mud that also resulted from the heavy rains.
The city decided in to build an artesian ditch to control the "Frog Pond" effects; the plan was later upgraded and developed into an artesian well in to combat the heavy rains and keep the basements from flooding. The artesian well was designed by the city engineers to prevent flooding and develop a water system.
However, during the digging of the well, the water stream that was found underground was too powerful to be contained. The water came blasting out with violent force and had the entire Main Street submerged in up to four feet of water. The engineers realized the previous flaws of the artesian well plan and soon added a gate valve to the well to control the flow of water, giving Aberdeen its first working water supply.
Aberdeen had four different railroad companies with depots built in the newly developing town. With these four railroads intersecting here, Aberdeen soon became known as the "Hub City of the Dakotas". When looking down on Aberdeen from above, the railroad tracks converging in Aberdeen resembled the spokes of a wheel converging at a hub, hence the name "Hub City of the Dakotas". These four railroad companies are the reason why Aberdeen was able to grow and flourish as it did.
On October 25, , a Learjet 35 carrying golfing star Payne Stewart crashed in a field near Mina, 10 miles west of Aberdeen. All on board died. The city is bisected by Moccasin Creek , a slow-moving waterway which flows south and then northeast to the James River.
According to the United States Census Bureau , the city has a total area of This brings four distinct seasons, a phenomenon that is characterized by hot, relatively humid summers and cold, dry winters, and it lies in USDA Hardiness Zone 4. Their area of responsibility includes northern and eastern South Dakota and two counties in west-central Minnesota. Aberdeen is the county seat of Brown County. The original county seat was, however, Columbia.
During the days of the railroad construction, plans were laid to bring the railroad through Columbia, then the county seat. When word of this spread, land in and around Columbia soared in price due to speculation. When the time came for the railroads to purchase land, the increase in land prices led them to change their decision and instead to route the rail lines through Aberdeen. However, once Aberdeen became a town in , there was a long-running controversy concerning which town would be the county seat, which continued until , when it was declared by the newly formed South Dakota state constitution in that a majority vote could move the county seat if the county seat in question had originally been established by less than a majority vote.
The result of the vote declared that Aberdeen would be the county seat once and for all, so all of the records were once again transferred to Aberdeen's courthouse; during the battle for county seat, the records had been moved from Columbia's courthouse to Aberdeen's courthouse which was built from to , and back again to Columbia's in what seemed to be a never-ending cycle of the transferring of records.
This was typically done in the form of nighttime raids from the two towns. As of the census  of , there were 26, people, 11, households, and 6, families residing in the city. The population density was 1, There were 12, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 1. There were 11, households of which The average household size was 2.
The median age in the city was The gender makeup of the city was As of the census of , there were 24, people, 10, households and 6, families residing in the city. There were 11, housing units at an average density of There were 10, households out of which The median age was 36 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Super 8 Motels was founded in by Dennis Brown and Ron Rivett as a motel referral system, which was replaced with a franchise operation in The first Super 8, with 60 rooms, was opened in in Aberdeen and still operates today as the Super 8 Aberdeen East.
Today, the Aberdeen Community Theatre performs five mainstage productions and three youth productions per year. The South Dakota Film Festival established in is held annually in the fall. The festival is held at the historic Capitol Theatre. The ArtWorks Cooperative is a partnership of artists who work to market their artwork in a gallery setting.
The ArtWorks Cooperative sells artists' work and provides an environment that will benefit the artist in terms of artist-to-artist communication, and public interest.
There are four galleries in Aberdeen: The Village Bowl in Aberdeen is a modern bowling center with multiple lanes.
Located at 8th Ave. Aberdeen has been home to three minor league baseball teams since The Aberdeen Boosters, a class D league team, played in , the Aberdeen Grays, also a class D team, played from to The class C Aberdeen Pheasants from to , and to The Pheasants were the affiliate of the former St.
Aberdeen is presently home to 19 public tennis courts throughout the city — Melgaard Park 4 , Northern State University 6 , and Holgate Middle School 8. Aberdeen has three golf courses: Lee Park and Moccasin Creek are both hole courses. Rolling Hills is a combined nine-hole course and housing development which opened in Aberdeen has multiple outdoor skating rinks and hockey rinks open to the public during winter months.
The equipment installed includes a quarter pipe, penalty box with half pyramid, bank ramp, spine, kinked rail and a ground rail. Men's league to follow in the midst of interest in the dynamic of the sport. Completed in the summer of , this complex includes a zero entry pool, competition lap pool, lazy river, numerous water slides, play sand area, and a concession area. Wylie Park Recreation Area features go-kart racing, sand volleyball courts, access to Wylie Lake, camping area, picnic areas, and is connected to Storybook Land.
Wylie Lake is a small man-made lake, open in the summer months for swimming, lying on the beach, and paddle boating. Storybook Land is a park with attractions from several different children's storybooks.
The park contains a castle, as well as a train that takes visitors through the park. There are two barns which contain petting zoos. Newly added is the Land of Oz, that features characters and attractions from L.
Baum was a resident of Aberdeen in the s, but left after the failure of the newspaper The Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer , where he wrote a column, Our Landlady. The Kuhnert Arboretum provides many new learning experiences for the residents of the Aberdeen area, including school-aged children. The Arboretum offers environmental education, a children's area, rose garden collection, recreational trails and much more. The Richmond Lake Recreation Area is used by all types of outdoors enthusiasts.
Three separate areas in this park cater to the needs of campers, swimmers, naturalists, boaters and anglers. Campers stay in the South Unit, while the acre 0. Richmond Lake Recreation Area's small campground offers a quiet camping experience. The park also features a wheelchair accessible camping cabin. Hikers, bikers, and horseback riders can observe the abundance of prairie plants and wildlife of the area up-close.
The park has multiple private and public boat ramps as well as an accessible fishing dock. Richmond Lake has a population of walleye, northern pike, bass, perch, crappie, bluegill, catfish, and bullheads within its waters. An entrance fee is required to gain access to the water and park itself. Aberdeen is the center of government for Brown County.
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The program includes two trucks that serve as mobile clinics to provide preventive, diagnostic and restorative care to kids across the state, and dental hygienists and community health workers based on the state's Native American reservations.
Delta Dental manages, operates and staffs the mobile trucks, and works with local community site partners to identify children most in need of care who can least afford it. Local community sponsors also contribute a modest stipend for the visit. No patient will be denied services due to inability to pay.
Both trucks travel across the state an average of 40 weeks every year. Around 3, total kids are served each year on the trucks. Dental hygienists and community health workers based on South Dakota's Native American reservations have focused on preventive care through education, cleanings, sealants, and flouride treatments, reaching another 4, children each year. For more information about the Mobile Program or having a truck visit your community being a local site partner , contact.
Detailed information about being a local site partner and hosting a truck visit is available at our Site Partner Information page. See the schedule of upcoming truck clinic locations at the Mobile Trucks schedule. Skip Navigation Skip to Footer Links. Though some restaurants serve it as a sirloin, authentic chislic is bite-sized chunks of sheep — either the more-tender lamb, or fattier, more-flavorful mutton — deep- fried or grilled on thin wooden skewers.
A dish resembling chislic was likely introduced to the area by Russian immigrants. The dive-bar-like restaurant serves the meat on a stick with crushed saltine crackers and shakers of Greek seasoning and garlic salt.
Crowned the state insect, honeybees produce enough honey to make South Dakota the third-largest honey-producing state in the US. Even more fortunate for people in the Mount Rushmore State, the largest commercial beekeeper in the world, Richard Adee, runs his sweet operation from the tiny town of Bruce. Enjoy liquid gold straight from the source by drizzling Adee honey onto a dense chunk of cornbread at Backyard Grill in Brookings or Sioux Falls. Adee Honey Farms honey is sold to and packaged under different brand names, but you can purchase jugs of it at the Bruce Market.
Fleisch kuchele is like a burger masquerading as a hand pie. A pocket of handmade dough is filled with seasoned hamburger and onions and deep-fried to hot, flaky goodness. The meat pies are predominantly served with a side of ketchup and pickle spears. Years ago, restaurants in the area offered fleisch kuchele on their menus, so when the Svartoien family opened Meridian Corner in the 80s, they added it to theirs. They are now one of the few establishments in the state that still serve the dish.
Made in a variety of flavor combinations, classics include prune and peach, though locals often enjoy a slice of cherry, strawberry-rhubarb, sweet raisin, blueberry, pumpkin, raspberry or cottage cheese. With pails in hand, hunters and gatherers roam the state each spring on a mission to collect wild asparagus from undisclosed plots of land. Although South Dakotans are territorial and secretive about where they pick their spears soon after the snow melts, they have no reservations about sharing recipes for pickling with peppers, steaming with lemon, frying in bacon fat and serving their hauls in a score of other dishes.
The vegetable adds vibrant color and a faint grassy flavor to soup, salad, pasta, pizza and omelets. Wild chokecherries have long been a treasured food staple to Native American Indian tribes across the Plains. As part of the rose family, the early spring flowers supply honeybees with precious nectar. The tart, puckery cherries are harvested and cooked, which sweetens them for use in jam, jelly, wine, sauce, butter, wojapi and syrup or to dry for wasna.
Prairie Berry Winery uses an estimated five tons of South Dakota chokecherries yearly in making their wine and jelly. Pasties — savory hand pies — were a lunchtime staple for immigrant workers at the Homestake Mine in Lead, South Dakota. The miners liked the hearty meat-and-vegetable pies because they were satisfying for a long work day and durable enough to withstand the trip underground. One is breakfast-style, with diced ham, cheese, scrambled eggs, and potatoes best with house-made pico de gallo.
The other holds steak and potato. The most authentic way to make wojapi is to take tart chokecherry patties chokecherries pounded into patties and dried in the sun , sugar, water and a thickening agent like cornstarch, then boil it until thickened. Chokecherries are naturally not too sweet, so sugar is added to taste.
Although casually consumed at fairs and community celebrations across the state, Native Americans created Indian fry bread as nourishment for their people during hard times on unsheltered Dakota prairies. It is honored as the South Dakota state bread and continues to be a staple in Native American culture as they celebrate authentic fry bread, making it by hand and sharing it with others.
Each family has a secret recipe or way of making it. The slightly chewy, puffy bread is often a base for Indian tacos, dipped in wojapi or buffalo chili, or simply warmed with a sprinkle of cinnamon and sugar or dripping with local honey.
The WoodenKnife family uses a traditional Lakota recipe to package and sell the popular mix from Interior. South Dakota is buffalo country.
A herd of nearly 1, wild buffalo roam Custer State Park, and the prairies of South Dakota are home to several buffalo ranches. Buffalo is a healthy alternative in the landscape of this meat-and-potatoes-loving state. The owners, Claude and Christi Smith, buy locally raised bison, grinding fresh chuck for burgers every day. The toasted, made-in-house bun soaks up the smoky juices. Jam-packed with vitamins A and C, watermelon is suitably named as it contains 92 percent water and six percent sugar.
Additionally, the glacier-deposited sandy soil on top of clay in the river valley helps yield a sweetness found only in watermelon grown in this area.
The celebrated, melt-in-your-mouth marbled chocolate and vanilla doughnut is fried, dunked in sweet glaze, and hand-dipped in homemade chocolate frosting.
The inch Zebra feeds 15, so call ahead to reserve your stripy treats. Opened in , Dimock Dairy is the oldest dairy in South Dakota.
They make cheese the old-school way in old-school tanks, with milk produced by local dairy cows. Choose from 23 varieties of cheese, including bacon and onion, bleu cheddar and pepperoni, along with the variations they are most known for: Take home slices, half horns, full horns, milled curds or bites.
Not close enough to visit? They ship on Mondays. Cooking beef over indirect flames is one of the oldest South Dakota culinary traditions. Most South Dakota restaurants serve steak, but a trip to the capital city of Pierre will get you one of the best beef steaks in the Midwest.
Myril Arch founded the steakhouse in and his daughter Cindy runs it now. Doors unlock at 5 p. The Missouri River in South Dakota is one of the best spots to reel in walleye, the state fish, and Spring Creek Resort and Deep Water Marina is one of the best restaurants to eat or cook your own. Order the flaky white fish one of four ways: No matter which you order, get a cup of their house-made tartar sauce.
The resort is situated 17 miles north of the state capital, overlooking Lake Oahe. Customers wanted the Brookings restaurant namesake, also the state bird, on the menu.
Aberdeen is the principal city of the Aberdeen Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Brown and Edmunds counties and has a population of 40, in Aberdeen is located in northeastern South Dakota, in the James River valley, approximately 11 miles (18 km) west of the river. Over 40, drop boxes. Find one of over 40, FedEx Express Drop Boxes across the country. With FedEx drop off locations in office buildings, airports, shopping centers, grocery stores, FedEx Office® stores and more, there’s sure to be one convenient for you in Aberdeen, South Dakota. *Prices are based on day travel. These are the best fares found by travelers who searched TripAdvisor and a select group of our fare search partners in the past 72 hours.