October 2020

Mailboxes in Wakpala, SD

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210 Main St

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Wakpala, SD 57658

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310 1 St Ave W

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Lemmon, SD 57638

1 N Highway 212

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Lantry, SD 57636

223 Main St

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Morristown, SD 57645

202 Main St N

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Mound City, SD 57646

14759 Sd Highway 20

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Reva, SD 57651

118 W Main St

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Bison, SD 57620

188 Main St

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Mcintosh, SD 57641

111 Main St

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Meadow, SD 57644

123 Main St

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Pollock, SD 57648

1 Main St

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Little Eagle, SD 57639

23 Main St

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Glenham, SD 57631

121 Main St

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Dupree, SD 57625

801 Main St

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Timber Lake, SD 57656

118 Main St N

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Herreid, SD 57632

114 Main St

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Faith, SD 57626

221 Main St

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Mclaughlin, SD 57642

210 Main St

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Wakpala, SD 57658

23 Main St

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Selby, SD 57631

130 N Main St

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Trail City, SD 57657

23 Main St

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Mobridge, SD 57631

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Wakpala is an unincorporated community in Corson County, South Dakota, United States, on the west side of the Missouri River, north-northwest of Mobridge. Although not tracked by the Census Bureau, Wakpala has been assigned the ZIP code of 57658. Wakpala is within the boundaries of the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, and its name loosely translates to "creek" in the Lakota language, with Oak Creek running south on its eastern edge. Chief Gall (Piji, Pizhi) is buried at Saint Elizabeth Episcopal Cemetery here and Chief Sitting Bull (Tatanka Iyotake) is possibly buried under a concrete bust bearing his name a few miles south of town in the Mobridge area. Sitting Bull was originally buried at Fort Yates, North Dakota but an effort was made to exhume his bones and rebury him at the present site, but some individuals assert that the bones moved are not his. The annual Wakpala Wacipi (dance or powwow) is held on the last weekend in August.

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