Bon Homme County

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Timeline For Aircraft Carrier Service - World War II
1 December — USS Bon Homme Richard, USS Intrepid laid down. 26 September — USS Bon Homme Richard renamed USS Yorktown USS Lexington launched. 1 February — USS Hancock and USS Bon Homme Richard laid down ...
List Of Bridges On The National Register Of Historic Places In South Dakota
... Name Image Built Listed Location County Type Beaver Creek Bridge 1929 1984-08-08 Hot Springs Custer open spandrel concrete arch Bridge at Iverson Crossing. 05-028-200 1905 1993-12-09 Perkins Bon Homme Pratt Pony truss South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No. 05-032-170 1912 1993-12-09 Avon Bon Homme Pratt South Dakota Department of Transportation Bridge No ...
Timeline For Aircraft Carrier Service - 1950–1959
15 January — USS Bon Homme Richard recommissioned. 15 May — USS Bon Homme Richard decommissioned, commenced extensive refit. 6 September — USS Bon Homme Richard recommissioned ...
List Of High Schools In South Dakota
... School Type City County Mascot Aberdeen Christian High School Private Aberdeen Brown Knights Agar High School Public Agar Sully Alcester-Hudson High ... Forestburg Sanborn Rebels Scotland High School Public Scotland Bon Homme Highlanders Second Chance High School Alternative public Mitchell Davison Selby High School Public Selby ... High School Agency Village Roberts Wambdi Todd County High School Public Mission Todd Falcons Tripp-Delmont High School Public Tripp Hutchinson Nighthawks Tri-Valley High School Public Colton Minnehaha Mustangs ...

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