Built in 1887, the John and Elsie McMillan House is listed on the National Register for its local significance in Architecture. It is a good example of the Queen Anne Style and one of the few Victorian influenced homes in Sturgis that retains high integrity. Click on photo for larger image.
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The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) manages the National Register of Historic Places program of the National Park Service in South Dakota. The program surveys, inventories, and registers historical properties. The SHPO also monitors state, federal, and local government activities which affect cultural and historic resources; provides advice on preservation methods; promotes public education on historical properties; and supports municipal and county historic preservation commissions to advance the state's economic, social, and educational objectives.
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900 Governors Dr.
Pierre, SD 57501