October 2020

Mailboxes in Fedora, SD

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23310 421 St Ave

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Fedora, SD 57337

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106 Lewis Ave

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Pickstown, SD 57367

120 Main St W

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Howard, SD 57321

121 Main St E

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Carthage, SD 57323

120 N Main St

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Chamberlain, SD 57325

109 W Main St

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Delmont, SD 57330

405 Mellette St

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Bonesteel, SD 57317

115 S Main St

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Mount Vernon, SD 57363

129 Main St N

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Avon, SD 57315

109 S Main St

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White Lake, SD 57383

125 Commercial Ave Sw

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Wolsey, SD 57384

531 415 Th Ave

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Carpenter, SD 57322

120 Main St W

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Canova, SD 57321

409 1 St Ave E

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Woonsocket, SD 57385

105 Main St

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Kaylor, SD 57354

119 E Main St

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Letcher, SD 57359

111 Commercial Ave Se

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Highmore, SD 57345

108 Dakota Ave S

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Ree Heights, SD 57371

208 N Main St

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Plankinton, SD 57368

391 Solferino St

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Cavour, SD 57324

1950 Dakota Ave S

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Huron, SD 57350

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Fedora is an unincorporated community in Miner County, South Dakota, United States, founded in 1881. The Census Bureau began tracking Fedora as a CDP in 2010 and found it had a population of 37. Fedora has been assigned the ZIP code of 57337.The town of Fedora was originally platted in 1881. Fedora was originally called Miner Center, until the name was changed in 1896 due to the fact that there were several towns called Miner or Miner Center in South Dakota. According to tradition, Fedora was so named on account of the fedora hats sold by a pioneer merchant.On June 13, 1943, two B-17 bombers from the 393rd Bomb Group of the Sioux City Army Air Base collided while on a training exercise over Fedora. One of the planes crashed immediately, and the other made a controlled landing in a creek bed several miles away. Eleven airmen were killed.

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