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A human skeleton is part of the History of Medicine in the Black Hills exhibit.
A human skeleton is part of the History of Medicine in the Black Hills exhibit.
Mark Slocum
April 10, 2014

History of Medicine in the Black Hills Exhibit

The Journey Museum in Rapid City's newest exhibit features the History of Medicine in the Black Hills. Admission to the exhibit is free and will run through July 6th. The exhibit shows the advancements in medicine in the latter half of the 19th century and into the 20th, with emphasis on early Black Hills physicians and medical institutions. The exhibit also includes artifacts such as antique medical instruments and equipment.

For more information on local museums, visit our archive.

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