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