ⓘ Dell Rapids, South Dakota

                                     

ⓘ Dell Rapids, South Dakota

Dell Rapids is a city in Minnehaha County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 3.633 at the 2010 census. It is known as "The Little City with the Big Attractions."

The city took its name from the Wisconsin river Dells, which were likened in a local rapids on the Big Sioux River.

                                     
  • The Dell Rapids Water Tower is a stone water tower located at 10th and Orleans Streets in Dell Rapids South Dakota The tower was built in 1894 to provide
  • Lutheran Church is a historic church at 701 North Orleans in Dell Rapids South Dakota It was added to the National Register in 2002. St. Peter s congregation
  • Mary High School is a private, Roman Catholic high school in Dell Rapids South Dakota It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Sioux Falls. School
  • Dell Rapids High School is a high school located in Dell Rapids South Dakota Their athletics teams are known as the Quarriers. Official website
  • Nellie G. Adcock on June 1, 1921. Merry died on May 15, 1935 in Dell Rapids South Dakota Merry was a member of the House of Representatives from 1921
  • the South Dakota House of Representatives. Merry was born William Edgar Merry on March 6, 1861 in Royalton, Wisconsin. He moved to Dell Rapids South Dakota
  • include: Dell Rapids Bridge, local road over the Big Sioux River, Dell Rapids South Dakota Pioneer Bridge Company NRHP - listed South Dakota Dept. of
  • intersection with US 18 about 13 miles 21 km south of Sioux Falls to Interstate 29 three miles west of Dell Rapids It is about 40.5 miles 65.2 km in length
  • South Dakota When Hansen was six years old, his father died. Six years later, Hansen s mom remarried and his family moved to Dell Rapids South Dakota
  • trackage from Dell Rapids to Sioux Falls, where it connects with the BNSF. It also operates trackage owned by the State of South Dakota in which it hauls
  • The William G. Milne House at 508 E. 9th St. in Dell Rapids South Dakota was built in 1902. It was designed by W. L. Dow Son in Queen Anne style. It