Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Initial Middle Missouri Variant, Plains Village and Eastern Division dating back to 1000.
Several famous people are associated with these Minnehaha County historic places including Ole E. Rolvaag and Andrew Kuehn.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Minnehaha County places including Perkins & McWayne, C. W. Hubbard, Joseph Schwarz, S. B. Howe, Stark, N.M., and Company, Harper Hamilton, Pioneer Bridge Co., Hugill & Blatherwick, Joseph Schwartz and E.F. Cummings. Prominent architectural styles found in Minnehaha Country are Queen Anne, Early Commercial and Romanesque.
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