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National Register of Historic Places listings in Turner County, South Dakota

Location of Turner County in South Dakota

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Turner County, South Dakota.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Turner County, South Dakota, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen in a map.[1]

There are 30 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county. Another 2 properties were once listed but have since been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted February 7, 2020. [2]
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Current listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Archeological Site 39TU5 February 23, 1984

(#84003417)
Address Restricted

Freeman
2 Bones Hereford Ranch Sale Barn December 14, 1995

(#95001472)
45874 268th Street

43°29′55″N 97°01′17″W  /  43.498611°N 97.021389°W  / 43.498611; -97.021389  (Bones Hereford Ranch Sale Barn)
Parker
3 Bridge No. 63-137-090-Parker August 5, 1999

(#99000951)
County Road 22 over an unnamed stream

43°22′24″N 97°07′44″W  /  43.373333°N 97.128889°W  / 43.373333; -97.128889  (Bridge No. 63-137-090-Parker)
Parker
4 Brough-Martinson House March 30, 1978

(#78002570)
Off Highway 19

43°16′55″N 97°05′24″W  /  43.281944°N 97.09°W  / 43.281944; -97.09  (Brough-Martinson House)
Hurley
5 Centerville Township Bridge Number S-18 October 30, 2000

(#00001216)
294th Street

43°07′37″N 97°02′20″W  /  43.126944°N 97.038889°W  / 43.126944; -97.038889  (Centerville Township Bridge Number S-18)
Centerville
6 Childstown Township Bridge Number S-15 October 30, 2000

(#00001217)
282nd Street

43°17′58″N 97°12′40″W  /  43.299444°N 97.211111°W  / 43.299444; -97.211111  (Childstown Township Bridge Number S-15)
Childstown
7 Dalton Township Bridge December 9, 1999

(#99001439)
Local road over an unnamed stream

43°26′59″N 97°16′49″W  /  43.449722°N 97.280278°W  / 43.449722; -97.280278  (Dalton Township Bridge)
Marion
8 Daneville Township Bridge No. E-26 December 9, 1999

(#99001441)
Local road over an unnamed stream

43°06′04″N 97°03′43″W  /  43.101111°N 97.061944°W  / 43.101111; -97.061944  (Daneville Township Bridge No. E-26)
Viborg
9 Farrar House March 21, 1978

(#78002571)
Off Highway 19

43°17′07″N 97°05′25″W  /  43.285278°N 97.090278°W  / 43.285278; -97.090278  (Farrar House)
Hurley
10 Germantown Township Bridge S-29 October 30, 2000

(#00001219)
278th Street

43°21′32″N 97°00′29″W  /  43.358889°N 97.008056°W  / 43.358889; -97.008056  (Germantown Township Bridge S-29)
Germantown
11 Glud Theatre June 8, 2007

(#07000530)
119 North Main Street

43°10′23″N 97°04′55″W  /  43.173056°N 97.081944°W  / 43.173056; -97.081944  (Glud Theatre)
Viborg
12 Dr. Harry S. Graves House March 21, 1978

(#78002572)
Center Avenue and Monroe Street

43°16′59″N 97°05′26″W  /  43.283056°N 97.090556°W  / 43.283056; -97.090556  (Dr. Harry S. Graves House)
Hurley
13 Tenus Isaac Gunderson House January 28, 2004

(#03001534)
1041 Washington

43°07′12″N 96°57′50″W  /  43.120096°N 96.963879°W  / 43.120096; -96.963879  (Tenus Isaac Gunderson House)
Centerville
14 William Higinbotham House June 6, 2001

(#01000635)
511 Main Street

43°07′01″N 96°57′20″W  /  43.116934°N 96.955527°W  / 43.116934; -96.955527  (William Higinbotham House)
Centerville
15 Chandler Gray and Mary Abbie Newhall House and Homestead Shack June 9, 1992

(#92000682)
5 miles west and 4.5 miles south of Parker

43°20′19″N 97°14′22″W  /  43.338611°N 97.239444°W  / 43.338611; -97.239444  (Chandler Gray and Mary Abbie Newhall House and Homestead Shack)
Parker
16 Parker Masonic Hall July 28, 2004

(#04000761)
130 South Cherry Avenue

43°23′55″N 97°08′03″W  /  43.398611°N 97.134167°W  / 43.398611; -97.134167  (Parker Masonic Hall)
Parker
17 Salem Township Bridge Number E-1 October 30, 2000

(#00001218)
446th Street

43°14′52″N 97°16′45″W  /  43.247778°N 97.279167°W  / 43.247778; -97.279167  (Salem Township Bridge Number E-1)
Salem
18 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-016-150 November 19, 1999

(#99001342)
Local road over an unnamed creek

43°17′06″N 97°22′00″W  /  43.285°N 97.366667°W  / 43.285; -97.366667  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-016-150)
Marion
19 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-052-030 September 29, 1999

(#99001217)
Local road over the West Fork of the Vermillion River

43°27′32″N 97°17′41″W  /  43.458889°N 97.294722°W  / 43.458889; -97.294722  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-052-030)
Marion
20 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-132-040 September 29, 1999

(#99001215)
Local road over an unnamed stream

43°26′42″N 97°08′09″W  /  43.445°N 97.135833°W  / 43.445; -97.135833  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-132-040)
Parker
21 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-160-056 November 19, 1999

(#99001343)
Local road over the East Fork of the Vermillion River

43°25′21″N 97°04′58″W  /  43.4225712°N 97.0826733°W  / 43.4225712; -97.0826733  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-160-056)
Parker Replaced between 2004 and 2007
22 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-197-130 September 29, 1999

(#99001210)
Local road over the East Fork of the Vermillion River

43°19′00″N 97°00′43″W  /  43.316667°N 97.011944°W  / 43.316667; -97.011944  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-197-130)
Davis
23 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-198-181 September 29, 1999

(#99001212)
Local road over the East Fork of the Vermillion River

43°14′31″N 97°00′12″W  /  43.241944°N 97.003333°W  / 43.241944; -97.003333  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-198-181)
Davis Replace between 2006 and 2008[6]
24 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-210-282 September 29, 1999

(#99001216)
Local road over the East Fork of the Vermillion River

43°05′46″N 96°58′54″W  /  43.096008°N 96.981644°W  / 43.096008; -96.981644  (South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-210-282)
Centerville Apparently no longer extant[7]
25 Spring Valley Township Bridge No. E-31 December 9, 1999

(#99001440)
Local road over an unnamed stream

43°10′27″N 97°15′33″W  /  43.174167°N 97.259167°W  / 43.174167; -97.259167  (Spring Valley Township Bridge No. E-31)
Viborg
26 Thielman-Stoddard House August 3, 1979

(#79003691)
132 First Street

43°23′49″N 97°08′17″W  /  43.396944°N 97.138056°W  / 43.396944; -97.138056  (Thielman-Stoddard House)
Parker
27 James S. Thomson House August 18, 1983

(#83003021)
1121 Washington St.

43°07′12″N 96°57′54″W  /  43.120085°N 96.964888°W  / 43.120085; -96.964888  (James S. Thomson House)
Centerville
28 Turner Township Bridge No. SE-18 November 15, 2000

(#00001351)
459th St.

43°12′48″N 97°01′21″W  /  43.213333°N 97.0225°W  / 43.213333; -97.0225  (Turner Township Bridge No. SE-18)
Centerville
29 Jacob Weins House-Barn August 13, 1984

(#84003419)
Northwestern corner of the southeastern quadrant of Section 14, T99N, R55W[8]

43°23′34″N 97°18′27″W  /  43.392778°N 97.307500°W  / 43.392778; -97.307500  (Jacob Weins House-Barn)
Marion
30 Wek Farmstead January 28, 2004

(#03001535)
44227 288th St.

43°12′44″N 97°21′10″W  /  43.212222°N 97.352778°W  / 43.212222; -97.352778  (Wek Farmstead)
Freeman

Former listings [ edit ]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed Date removed Location City or town Summary
1 I.O.O.F. Hall, Hurley Lodge No. 75 July 1, 1982

(#82003944)
January 12, 1988 Center Ave.

Hurley
2 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-177-160 September 29, 1999

(#99001211)
March 26, 2008 Local Road over Turkey Ridge Creek

Hurley
3 South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 63-186-020 September 29, 1999

(#99001214)
March 26, 2008 Local Road over Long Creek

Parker

See also [ edit ]

References [ edit ]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on February 7, 2020.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ [1]
  7. ^ See 2015 photos.
  8. ^ Location derived from its NRHP nomination form; the NRIS lists it as "Address Restricted"
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