The South Dakota Historical Society says three people and two organizations will be honored for their efforts in preserving the state's history.
The groups and individuals will be presented with the Governor's Awards for History on Saturday in Pierre.
The award recipients are Barbara Johnson of Aberdeen, Steve Olson of Watertown, Harl Dalstrom of Omaha, Neb., The Outdoor Campus of Sioux Falls and the Whitewood Public Library in Whitewood.
Johnson researches and promotes stained glass throughout South Dakota, while Olson is a history teacher at Watertown Middle School.
Dalstrom is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. He has written about the life and career of Albert M. Jackley, who devoted much of his adult life to the eradication rattlesnakes in the state.
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