SD Photograph Collection--Terry (S.D.) and Trojan (S.D.), 2001
This collection consists of fifteen 4 x 6 color photographs of the ghost towns of Terry (S.D.) and Trojan (S.D.). Most of the images are of Terry (S.D.) The photographs were taken in October and November 2001. The community of Terry was located in Lawrence county, southwest of Lead starting in1876. The Burlington railroad ran through Terry, as this once was a sizable settlement of miners for the Golden Reward Mine. Terry declined rapidly after the Golden Reward Mine closed down in 1918. Trojan, also in Lawrence County, was initially named Green Mount, then Portland, and finally Trojan. The Trojan Mine was located nearby. The town of Trojan declined after 1959, when the Bald Mountain Mining Company closed down.
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Terry View of Terry from the railroad trestle looking northeast Looking north, white house in lower right corner, Bald Mountain is in the background Close up of a white house on Fantail Gulch Looking west toward Terry Peak Terry Cemetery Looking north, remains of the railroad trestle Looking south across Fantail Gulch Looking east down Fantail Gulch Shed on a hill on the north side of Fantail Gulch House on the north side of Fantail Gulch Three small buildings White two story house in the trees White two story house Trojan Trojan with the open cut in the background View of the remaining buildings
- Ghost Towns -- South Dakota Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Photograph Collection -- Manuscript Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Terry (S.D.) Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Trojan (S.D.) Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings