Historic Places and Preservation

Berg, Erin Hanafin. Post World War II basement houses in Canton, South Dakota: historic significance from the ground down, 1997.

Bernstein, Rebecca Sample, and Carolyn Torma. “Exploring the Role of Women in the Creation of Vernacular Architecture.” Perspectives in Vernacular Architecture 4 (1991), 64-72.

Conzen, Michael P. “Understanding Great Plains Urbanization through the Lens of South Dakota Townscapes.” Journal of Geography 109 (2010), 3-17.

Deiber, Camilla R. and Megan Rupnik. Barns of Northeastern South Dakota: Reconnaissance and Intensive Architectural Survey in Clark, Day, Edmunds, Faulk, Grant, Hand, Hughes, Hyde, Marshall, McPherson, Roberts, and Walworth Counties. Marion IA: The Louis Berger Group, Inc., 2004.

Dennis, Michelle L. Post-World War II Architecture in South Dakota. Pierre: South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office, 2007.

Erpestad, David and David Wood. Building South Dakota: A Historical Survey of the State’s Architecture to 1945. Pierre: South Dakota State Historical Society Press, 1997. (Entry in Worldcat.org, link here).

Julin, Suzanne. “Art Meets Politics: Frank Lloyd Wright, Peter Norbeck, and the Sylvan Lake Hotel Commission.” South Dakota History 32 (Summer 2002), 117-148.

Kinsley, Maxine Schuurmans. Prairie Churches of Bon Homme County Dakota Territory…A Varicolored Tunic… Fargo: Germans from Russia Heritage Collection, North Dakota State University Libraries, 2005.

Kinyon, Jeannette et al. Prairie Architect: F.C.W. Kuehn, His Life and Work. Sioux Falls, SD: Center for Western Studies, 1984.

Patera, Alan H. South Dakota Post Offices. Lake Grove, OR: The Depot, 1990.

Richards, Susan L. “The Building of Carnegie Libraries in South Dakota.” South Dakota History 20(1) (1990), 1-16.

Rogers, Stephen and Lynda B. Schwan. Architectural History in South Dakota. Pierre: South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office, 2000.

Rozum, Molly P. “It’s Weathered Many a Storm: The Enduring Sod House in Northwestern South Dakota.” South Dakota History 47(4) (Winter 2017), 295-368.

Schuler, Harold H. “In Pursuit of Permanence: A Photographic Essay on the Capital of South Dakota.” South Dakota History 19(1) (1989), 26-55.

Stubbles, Russell L. Skyscrapers of the Prairie: South Dakota’s Historic Wooden Grain Elevators. Brookings, SD: Harold’s Printing Co., 1997.

Torma, Carolyn. “Building Diversity: A Photographic Survey of South Dakota Architecture, 1913-1940.” South Dakota History (1989), 156-193.

—–. “Ethnicity and Architecture.” South Dakota History (1991), 136-154.  International (but not in SD), SD: churches

Vogel, Robert C. Barns of Southeastern South Dakota Survey. Pierre: South Dakota State Historic Preservation Office, 2005.

—–. “Common Farm Barns of South Dakota, 1857-1958.” Multiple Property Context (unsubmitted). Collection of the SD State Historic Preservation Office.

Yost, Josie Lee. A Summary of Homestead House Types in South Dakota, 1860-1910. Unpublished manuscript, 1983.

South Dakota Historical Society Press, Historic Preservation Series.