PRAIRIE VILLAGE PROGRESSES


| September/October 1967


216 NW1 Madison, South Dakota 57042

Our story on the Madison, South Dakota steam jamboree is already drawing fan mail. However, since it was written almost a year ago, most of the events predicted therein have already come to pass.

We have had a very successful ground breaking at which Governor Boe presided. The 1966 show was attended by some 17,000 paying guests. The 1967 show will be held August 25, 26 and 27.

The log house which our story said would be hauled 100 miles from Canton, South Dakota and erected on the Prairie Village site two miles west of Madison on US 81 was moved and was erected. Then, a few days before the show, a tornado blew it down. It will be restored in time for the '67 show.



The village site will be open daily all summer. Visitors can see a sod house furnished with authentic artifacts. Also on display will be a completely furnished claim shanty, school house and chuck wagon.

East River Electric Power Cooperative has already started building on the site a museum displaying the hand-powered household appliances used on farms until 'the REA come through' barely twenty-five years ago. Also displayed will be early electric appliances and farm equipment. This should be open in time for the show.














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