ⓘ Central City, South Dakota

                                     

ⓘ Central City, South Dakota

Central City was founded in 1877. It was named after Central City, Colorado, by a settler from there. It began as a mining town during the Black Hills Gold Rush days. There was once a quarrel over mining boundaries that resulted in a deliberate explosion of the nearby Comstock Mine and the death of one man. A miners sit-down strike occurred and a cavalry unit from Fort Meade led by Seth Bullock was called in to end it.

                                     
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