The Journey Museum Presents South Dakota’s First Century of Flight

. March 29, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Journey Museum presents South Dakota’s First Century of Flight in the Stanford Adelstein Gallery.

The fascinating story of the First Century of Flight will be on display through April 30, 2011. Noted aviation historian Norma Kraemer has assembled images, artifacts, actual aircraft and stories surrounding South Dakota’s aviation history which began in Rapid City in March 1911. A series of speakers and an original museum theater peformance compliment the exhibit.

The Journey Museum brings together four major prehistoric and historic collections to tell the complete story of the Western Great Plains – from the perspective of the Lakota people and the pioneers who shaped its past, to the scientists who now study it

The five institutions that make up the Journey Museum are:
The Museum of Geology on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines & Technolory; South Dakota Historical Society’s Archeology Research Center; US Department of Interior, Indian Arts and Craft Board’s Sioux Indian Museum; Minnilusa Historical Association; and The City of Rapid City Duhamel Plains Indian Artifact Collection.

Image; The Journey Museum

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