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  1. Rockpile Museum Board Meeting

    June 18, 2019, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM @ Campbell County Rockpile Museum

    Monthly meeting of the Rockpile Museum board of directors.

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  2. Rockpile Museum Association Board Meeting

    June 20, 2019, 2:30 PM - 4:00 PM @ Campbell County Rockpile Museum

    Regular monthly meeting of the Rockpile Museum Association (RMA) board of directors. The RMA’s mission is to promote, support, and assist the Campbell County Rockpile Museum’s offerings of cultural, educational, and recreational opportunities by providing volunteer assistance and financial support. The RMA was formed in 1993, as a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to assist in providing volunteers and finances for specific projects, including the improvement of the museum’s buildings and grounds, the purchase and preservation of its collections, and the presentation of programs, exhibitions, and events.

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  3. Sarah “Aunt Sally” Campbell to visit Rockpile Museum

    June 22, 2019, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM @ Rockpile Museum

    Sarah “Aunt Sally” Campbell to visit Rockpile Museum In 1874, the Quartermaster’s cook for General Custer’s Expedition became the “first white woman to see the Black Hills.” Her name was Sarah Campbell, but everyone knows her as “Aunt Sally” a former slave who won her freedom in the courtroom in 1837, she became a self-made success in the annuals of the American West. A contemporary with the likes of not only General Custer, but men like Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen, “Aunt Sally” was one of the many colorful characters that made Deadwood, SD famous. Come hear her story as Living Historian and South Dakota Humanities Council Speakers Bureau Scholar, Joyce Jefferson brings this story to life with programs on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 11am and 2pm at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum. Joyce Jefferson is appearing as part of new museum program called "Black & Yellow Theatre, voices of the Powder River Basin from the Black Hills to Yellowstone."

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  4. Sarah “Aunt Sally” Campbell to visit Rockpile Museum

    June 22, 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM @ Rockpile Museum

    Sarah “Aunt Sally” Campbell to visit Rockpile Museum In 1874, the Quartermaster’s cook for General Custer’s Expedition became the “first white woman to see the Black Hills.” Her name was Sarah Campbell, but everyone knows her as “Aunt Sally” a former slave who won her freedom in the courtroom in 1837, she became a self-made success in the annuals of the American West. A contemporary with the likes of not only General Custer, but men like Seth Bullock and Al Swearengen, “Aunt Sally” was one of the many colorful characters that made Deadwood, SD famous. Come hear her story as Living Historian and South Dakota Humanities Council Speakers Bureau Scholar, Joyce Jefferson brings this story to life with programs on Saturday, June 22, 2019 at 11am and 2pm at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum. Joyce Jefferson is appearing as part of new museum program called "Black & Yellow Theatre, voices of the Powder River Basin from the Black Hills to Yellowstone."

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  5. Paul Hedren presents "Rosebud, June 17, 1876: Prelude to the Little Big Horn"

    June 27, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Campbell County Rockpile Museum

    The Battle of the Rosebud may well be the largest Indian battle ever fought in the American West. The monumental clash on June 17, 1876, along Rosebud Creek in southeastern Montana pitted George Crook and his Shoshone and Crow allies against Sioux and Northern Cheyennes under Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. It set the stage for the battle that occurred eight days later when, just twenty-five miles away, George Armstrong Custer blundered into the very same village that had outmatched Crook. Historian Paul L. Hedren presents the definitive account of this critical battle, from its antecedents in the Sioux campaign to its historic consequences. Join us on Thursday, June 27th at 7:00 p.m. to hear from the author, ask questions, and purchase a signed copy of this new book. This event is FREE and open to the public.

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