Cedar Hill Cemetery

Back Next West and then South of Fort Pierre Situated on a hill overlooking the town of Ft Pierre and the Missouri River is historic Cedar Hill Cemetery. The cemetery is more than just a historic landmark. It offers visitors an opportunity to enjoy the view of the...

Old Fort Pierre School

Back Next Corner of Second St and Second Ave, Fort Pierre Constructed in 1892, the Old Fort Pierre School was the first high school in Fort Pierre and one of the first in western South Dakota. The two-story school had four classrooms. At first, only elementary grades...

Stockgrowers Bank

Back Next 34 E Main St, Fort Pierre The Stockgrowers Bank is the single example of Romanesque Revival architecture in Fort Pierre. The building represents an interesting and well-executed adaptation of the style to the needs of the small frontier community and is the...

Gaylord Summer Home

Back Next 509 Second St, Ft Pierre The Gaylord Sumner House is significant for its architecture and its role as the home of Gaylord Sumner, an important businessman. Originally a small one-and-one-half-story cottage constructed in 1889, the house grew to two stories...

United Church of Christ

Back Next 114 W Main St, Fort Pierre Built between 1908 and 1909, the United Church of Christ, now known as the Fort Pierre Congregational Church, is the only example of High Victorian Gothic architecture in Fort Pierre. The Late Victorian Gothic style is the last...

Fort Pierre Chouteau Site

Back Next Fort Choteau Rd, one mile north of Ft. Pierre Fort Pierre Chouteau stood as a symbol of the relations between Euro-Americans and American Indians and their interdependence for nearly 25 years. Continually growing in size and influence, the fort evolved into...