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ⓘ National Register of Historic Places in Yankton County, South Dakota ..



                                               

Aggergaard Manor

Aggergaard Manor is a historic house in Irene, South Dakota. It was designed in the Colonial Revival style, and built in 1904 for Peter N. Aggergaard, an immigrant from Denmark. Born in 1844, he emigrated to the United States in 1872 and became a homesteader in the Dakota Territory in 1873, eventually owning 16.000 acres. Aggergaard sponsored Danes to emigrate to the United States and work on his farm. He was also a banker, and he became known as the "King of the Viborg settlement." He lived here with his wife, their three sons and six daughters; he died in 1921. The house has been listed ...

                                               

Brockmueller Barn

The Brockmueller Barn is a historic barn near Volin, South Dakota. It was built in 1902 by Charles Brockmueller who had acquired the land in 1893, and designed with "pitched gable roof with side extensions, a random rock-faced stone ground story and horizontal wood siding upper levels.". It was purchased by John Schnider in 1945, and later inherited by his son. It has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since April 16, 1980. It is located in a farm on what is now 444th Ave., about 500 yards 460 m north of 300th St., in Walshtown Township, Yankton County, South Dakota. I ...

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