"Richard Popp is a history instructor at the Capital University Center in Pierre and former state archivist. He has put together a book showing how postcard images helped create and perpetuate myths about the ""wild west"" and how South Dakotans accepted and adapted those myths. Included are scenes of farming, ranching, industry and small town life from the early 1900's. For more information www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/sd/ppcs-sd.html"
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