ⓘ Wilmot, South Dakota

                                     

ⓘ Wilmot, South Dakota

Wilmot is a city in Roberts County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 492 at the 2010 census. Wilmot, as well as Brookings, SD, were named for Wilmot Brookings, who was provisional governor of the Dakota Territory.

                                     
  • Valley News - Canton Sisseton Courier - Sisseton Sota Iya Ye Yapi - Wilmot South Dakota Messenger - Pierre 1912 - 1914, defunct Southern Union County Leader - Courier
  • village Wilmot South Dakota a city Wilmot Wisconsin, a census - designated place and unincorporated community Wilmot Township, Michigan Wilmot Township
  • connects Clear Lake, Milbank, and Wilmot SD 15 originally traveled from the Nebraska state line to the North Dakota state line. It followed what would
  • provisional governor of the Dakota Territory, and both the cities of Wilmot and Brookings as well as the county of Brookings, South Dakota are named for him. Brookings
  • Scouting in South Dakota has a long history, from the 1910s to the present, and serves thousands of youth in programs that suit the environment in which
  • South Dakota Highway 123 SD 123 467th Avenue, is a 10.486 - mile 16.876 km north south state highway in Grant and Roberts counties in South Dakota
  • Brooks, Corona and Wilmot C. S. Amsden, President pro tempore of the South Dakota Senate and Speaker pro tempore of the South Dakota House of Representatives
  • Though Dakota Territory did not officially come into existence until March 2, 1861, a provisional legislature formed in January 1859 and elected Wilmot Brookings
  • Interstate 29 I - 29 is a north south Interstate Highway in the midwestern United States. In the U.S. state of South Dakota I - 29 traverses on the eastern
  • were both named after one of South Dakota s pioneer promoters, Wilmot Brookings 1830 - 1905 Brookings set out for the Dakota Territory in June 1857. He
  • counties in the U.S. state of South Dakota with FIPS codes. Todd County and Oglala Lakota County are the only counties in South Dakota which do not have their