About the Exhibit
Visit our 2,200 square foot permanent exhibit on the campus of Northern State University in Aberdeen. Our physical displays chronical the journey to the plains of the South Dakota, tell the story of what life was like for the settlers and describe their influence on the region. While you’re here, you’ll also be able to listen to and view video footage of oral history interviews.
We will also feature temporary displays to showcase noteworthy aspects of the culture and experience of Germans from Russia. Check back for information on our upcoming exhibits.
7:30am - 4:30pm
Beulah Williams Library
Northern State University Campus
1200 S. Jay St., Aberdeen, SD 57401 View Google Map
Book Reading by Local Author
Join us Tuesday, March 12th at 7pm as local author Rebecca Bender gives a reading of her new book, "Still", a nonfiction memoir/biography celebrating the Dakotas and the Russian and Romanian homesteaders who settled in the Dakotas in the early 1900. This event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served.
Tuesday, March 12th, 7pm
South Dakota Germans from Russia Cultural Center, Williams Library, NSU