Prairie Edge Book & Music Store

Well the purge continues and Anita has reduced our CD selection, now there has been some speculation about this and let us clear up the rumors, we are still carrying music but we realize we cannot com…
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Sioux Trading Post & Bookmobile 2017

Nancy and the girls have stocked some pretty exciting bling, they are now carrying regalia pins, butterflies or dragonflies. They are sparkly and pretty and are available in gold tones or silver tones…
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January 2017: 38 Years Later

Yep, folks, it's been that long for us. Prairie Edge started small and then evolved into a cornerstone business of downtown Rapid City, SD.Our business began in a chicken coop outside of Sturgis SD an…
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The Passing of a Friend and Colleague

It is with deepest respect that we share news of the passing of author/illustrator and long-time friend, Paul Goble. Over the last nearly five decades, Paul has dedicated his life to writing and illus…
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It's the Holidays!

With a huge sigh of relief, we see summer go and Fall move right in, it becomes a little quieter for a couple of weeks and then we jump right into the Holidays!Prairie Edge and Sioux Trading Post woul…
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A History of the Dakota or Sioux Indians

History is important for anyone who has ever wondered "How did things get to be this way?" Sometimes, a person is standing right at the moment in time when history is made, a witness of the very event…
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Changing Times

When our small gallery first opened up in March of 1988, the internet was not available to retail stores for retail sales. We were using big three ring binders to keep our inventory straight and ledge…
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Who Killed Custer?

This is the question for the ages, as some eye witness accounts place Custer at various points and some say death may have even occurred by his own hand.As the decades move forward and more truths are…
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Prairie Edge 2016 Open House Celebration

Join us on Saturday, May 7th for an Open House event. We spent the winter changing things up at Prairie Edge and Sioux Trading Post so we would like to share this with our many friends and family…
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