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Travel Blogs from Pipestone

Pipestone Travel Blogs (9)
The Most Important Thing To A Nation, Pipestone, United States travel blog

The Most Important Thing To A Nation

A travel blog entry by fred.ropp

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... and 60 million buffalo the American Indian has protected their right-of-passage.  The peace pipe has been constructed of pipestone since the beginning of the sacred circle.  It is their cornerstone to believing everything is alive-even the ...

Indian Peace Pipe Quarries, Pipestone, United States travel blog

Indian Peace Pipe Quarries

A travel blog entry by cliff-n-chris

25

... distinctive.  Pipestone also has one of only two concrete water towers to be found in the US. Today we visited the Pipestone National Monument.  The relatively soft red pipestone is found as a layer in the hard Sioux Quartzite stone, and has ...

Badlands Here We Come!, Pipestone Minessota, United States travel blog

Badlands Here We Come!

A travel blog entry by rv_road_trekker

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Today we drove from Pipestone, MN across South Dakota. Lots of prairie land and CORN! Along the way stopped at the Corn Museum in Mitchell, SD. We felt we needed to stop at the Corn Museum because we hadn't had enough off-beat stuff as the Spam Museum in ...

Ritual Indian Pipe Stone Quarry, Pipestone, United States travel blog

Ritual Indian Pipe Stone Quarry

A travel blog entry by brian.day

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This place is really cool.  The only place in the world that stone for American Indian pipes is quarried.  This is a national monument and the American Indians continue to have access to the stone. You should visit! ...

Attractions in Pipestone

Pipestone Attractions (7)
Pipestone National Monument

Pipestone National Monument

4.50

Pipestone, Minnesota, United States

Site of quarries used by Plains Indian tribes.

Prairie Coteau

Prairie Coteau

0.00

Pipestone, Minnesota, United States

Beautiful Minnesota grassland, significant because its hills are the second tallest in the state.

Winnewissa Falls

Winnewissa Falls

4.50

Pipestone, Minnesota, United States

Located at the Pipestone National Monument, the name translates to "jealous maiden" from the Sioux language.

Circle Trail

Circle Trail

4.50

Pipestone National Monument, Pipestone, Minnesota, United States