South Dakota Print

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South Dakota Print

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Lewis and Clark Lake was named for the explorers who once passed through here. This section was now contained by a dam and we used it often for water skiing and tubing. Beyond the dam, the river flowed as it did in 1804.

Sq. miles of water: 1,305
Water features: Inland, ≈131 lakes
Major lakes: Lake Oahe, Lake Francis Case, Lewis and Clark Lake
Major rivers: Cheyenne River, Missouri River, James River, White River

This illustration is part of The Boathouse Collection, a celebration of the nautical objects and icons of boating. With boats we are explorers and adventurers, enthusiasts and sportsmen, lifesavers and protectors.

This print is an open edition and individually numbered.

Paper: Archival-quality; acid-free; 235 GSM; matte
Ink: K3 pigment-based
Frames: Our 5” x 7” & 8.5” x 11” frames are made for Roo Kee Roo in the United States. Our 13” x 19” frames are produced by the fine folks at Simply Framed and also crafted domestically. For this size, please allow approximately 2-3 weeks for shipping.

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