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  1. Living Historian Joyce Jefferson Portrays "Aunt Lou" Marchbanks at the Rockpile

    July 23, 2021, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Campbell County Rockpile Museum

    The Rockpile Museum is pleased to host South Dakota Humanities Speakers Bureau Scholar, Living Historian, and Storyteller Joyce Jefferson. Joyce provides First Person Living History programs that tell the stories of Dakota Territory and South Dakota Sheroes. Ms. Jefferson will be appearing as part of the ongoing Black & Yellow Theatre: Voices of the Powder River Basin programming at the Rockpile Museum. All Black & Yellow Theatre programs are included in the price of Museum Admission. Jefferson’s appearances will feature the life stories of four African American women who made a name for themselves from Northeast Wyoming to the Black Hills. Program subjects and times will be: Monday, July 19, 2021 – Sarah “Aunt Sally” Campbell (1823-1888) at 10am & 3pm. Tuesday, July 20, 2021 – Mary Kercherval (1833-1921) at 10am & 3pm. Wednesday, July 21, 2021 – Mary Elizabeth “Betty” Blair (1859-1943) at 10am & 3pm. Friday, July 23, 2021 – Lucretia “Aunt Lou” Marchbanks (1832-1911) at 3pm on

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  2. RMA Summer Internship Presentation: The Lone Arranger

    July 27, 2021, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM @ Campbell County Rockpile Museum

    “The Lone Arranger: A Summer of Sorting the Archives” at the Rockpile Museum You are invited to “The Lone Arranger: A Summer of Sorting the Archives” at the Campbell County Rockpile Museum on July 27th at 7:00 p.m. The Rockpile Museum Association’s summer intern, Kayci Kruhmin, will give a presentation about her experience working in the archives for two months at the Rockpile Museum. Kayci recently graduated from Colorado Christian University with a bachelor’s degree in History and a minor in English. She will be attending the University of Wyoming in the Fall, pursuing a master’s degree in History. Through inventorying photographs and archival documents that were among the earliest museum donations, Kayci has developed a deeper understanding of the museum, local history, and archival processing, forming a solid foundation that she can build upon as she progresses in her career. This will be a free public program, although donations towards the internship are certainly welc

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