Images of the Past

The Charles Nolin Monument and Film - Sturgis, 1932

Season 1 Episode 27 | 9m 53s

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Charles Nolin, a mail carrier in the early days of white settlement in the Black Hills, was killed by Indians on August 19, 1876. A monument to Nolin was erected in Sturgis in 1932, and a film was produced re-enacting the events that lead to Nolin's death.

Aired: 01/29/15 | Rating: NR

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