Chapter 1-18 of the South Dakota Codified Laws
Serves as the state review board under the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), promulgates the administrative rules (ARSD Article 24:52), reviews Deadwood Fund grant applications, reviews property tax moratoriums, reviews deaccessions from the Society's collection, and receives reports on activities and programs.
Attached to the Department of Education
Twelve members, SIX appointed by the Governor, one must be an historian and one an architect. Six are elected by the membership of the SD State Historical Society; one must be an archivist, one an architectural historian and one an archaeologist. Not all from the same political party.
Term of Appointment:
Three year, staggered terms
Frequency of Meetings:
Are Members Allowed to Call into Meetings:
The South Dakota State Historical Society collects, preserves, interprets and promotes the history of the people of South Dakota.