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Springfield Historical Society Museum

The Springfield Historical Society Museum displays a large variety and an accurate collection of the community's history. Some of the features you will see at the museum are: Collection of Antique Horse-drawn Farm Machinery; Dental Office 1910 X-ray Machine; St. Mary's School for Indian Girls artifacts; Model Main Street; and Largest Collection of Sea Shells in the Midwest, more than 5000 Shells from All Over the World.

Location: PO Box 531, Springfield South Dakota 57062 Telephone 605-369-2381

Other History nearby:
(Rusk)
Bonner Bank Building
(Vermillion)
Clay County Historical Society
(Pickstown)
Fort Randall Casino's Annual
(Crofton)
Gavins Point Powerplant
(Michigan City)
Great Lakes Museum of Military History
(Freeman)
Heritage Hall Museum and Archives

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