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The Last Windrow: The Big Sioux

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The “Sioux” was moving slower around this time of the summer. The Big Sioux River, which cuts its path from South Dakota to the Iowa border, had long since returned to its banks after spring flooding. 

The river was known for its propensity of covering the lowlands with silt, dead trees and last year’s cornstalks during its spring rampage and now in mid-July it was just a gentle flowing stream. 

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