Pine Ridge, South Dakota — This quaint, woodsy town of about 800 people sits at the confluence of the Red River and the Missouri River, the only place in the United States that can be described as both a confluence and a river.
It’s also a state with a long and storied history.
It was founded in 1845 by the Sioux people who called it the Red, White, and Blue Nation, and it was the home of the nation’s first white governor, Abraham Lincoln.
There were other Native American tribes in the area at the time, and the Pine Ridge reservation is also home to the American Indian Reservation, a federal park and recreation area in the heart of South Dakota.
Its residents were often known as the “sundown people,” who had a reputation for having their own secret way of life.
A year after the reservation was established, a white man named Sam Houston started a ranching company called the Texas Company in the Pine Creek Reservation.
The company expanded into farming and ranching in the 1870s, but the early 1900s saw the arrival of white settlers and ranch owners from other parts of the country, including New York and Washington, D.C. Pine Ridge was a very mixed-race town in the early 20th century, with a large Native American population.
By the early 1930s, however, the reservation became a major center of Native American activity, with its own white-owned bank and railroad station.
The first settlers came from Texas in 1875 and were the first people from the South to settle here.
Around that time, the Pine-Ridge Band of Ojibwe lived on the reservation, as did the Cheyenne and Crow nations, and there was a significant Native American presence on the banks of the Missouri.
In the early 1940s, the tribe was annexed to the state of South Carolina and incorporated as the South Carolina Native American Indian Tribe.
By 1960, the Native American tribe had a population of roughly 12,000, including about 1,500 people from Texas.
It didn’t take long for the community to become a major tourist destination.
In 1960, a group of Texas ranchers decided to take advantage of the town’s abundant water resources and set up a hydroelectric dam that would power the town for 20 years.
The townspeople took up the challenge, but a few months later, a fire destroyed the hydroelectric power plant, killing more than 1,200 people.
In 1967, the Indian Affairs Commission of South Texas declared Pine Ridge an Indian reservation, and Pine Ridge’s reservation was formally annexed in 1970.
Since then, more than 10,000 people have moved into Pine Ridge.
But the city’s growth has been limited to the reservation and the surrounding area, which has grown to include many homes for elderly and disabled people.
Pine-Tide Inn and Restaurant was built in 1969 and opened in 1990.
In 2000, the restaurant, which sits on the outskirts of the village, was purchased by the U.S. Department of Agriculture and is owned by the Pine River Indian Community, which manages the reservation.
The restaurant serves up traditional American cuisine, such as ribs, brisket, and a traditional fried chicken sandwich.
It also offers a full bar and is a popular destination for locals who are looking for some variety in their dining options.
The restaurants mainstay, which is still popular, is a pork chop sandwich with chicken, tomato, and bacon.
The menu features such items as cornbread rolls, grilled cheese sandwiches, and smoked salmon sandwiches.
If you are looking to save some money, the buffet is open three days a week, and is served three times a week.
The Pine Ridge restaurant also has a pool.
The pool has a full day of swimming every day.
The river is also a popular recreational destination.
There are several miles of hiking trails on the Pine and River Reservation that offer great opportunities for hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and horseback riding.
Many of the lakes and rivers in the reservation are in great shape and there are numerous wildlife species to be found, including deer, bobcats, bears, and waterfowl.
The local area is also dotted with fishing villages and waterfalls, including the Cedar Rapids, Bismarck, and Fennelly Falls.
The community also has plenty of recreation opportunities.
The city of Pine Ridge offers hiking trails, kayaks, and other water sports, as well as a small park where there is a large lake, a lake that’s stocked with ducks and other wildlife, and several miles and a few miles of trails.
If the river is your thing, there are several hiking trails in the park, including a long stretch of hiking that begins at the Indian village.
The trails are maintained by the South Dakota Native American Association.
The reservation is home to a number of historic structures and cultural sites.
The City of Pine-Creek Hall, which dates back to the 1890s, houses