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Logan Cemetery
Clark, South Dakota
The Logan Cemetery originated back in the late 1800’s.  The graves were marked with white wooden markers.  All of them have rotted away and have been lost save a few. The photo above is the final resting place of Harry and Willie Driver- brothers who were doing the evening chores when the blizzard of 1888 came up. They went to round up cattle and were lost in the blizzard, on the hill one mile west of Logan School.  There is nothing left there now except a shed.  They were just young boys. There father was William Driver 

If you’re looking to read about the 1888 blizzard and also have nightmares, check out The Children’s Blizzard.

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Logan Cemetery

Clark, South Dakota

The Logan Cemetery originated back in the late 1800’s.  The graves were marked with white wooden markers.  All of them have rotted away and have been lost save a few. The photo above is the final resting place of Harry and Willie Driver- brothers who were doing the evening chores when the blizzard of 1888 came up. They went to round up cattle and were lost in the blizzard, on the hill one mile west of Logan School.  There is nothing left there now except a shed.  They were just young boys. There father was William Driver 

If you’re looking to read about the 1888 blizzard and also have nightmares, check out The Children’s Blizzard.

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