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Seal of South Dakota

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Seal of South Dakota

The Great Seal of the State of South Dakota was designed while the area was a territory, in 1885.

The outer ring of the seal contains the text "State of South Dakota" on the top and "Great Seal" on the bottom. Also the year of statehood, 1889. Inside the inner circle of the seal contains the state motto "Under God the People Rule". The picture features hills, a river with a boat, a farmer, a mine, and cattle. The items in the image are to represent the state's commerce, industry, and natural resources.

Graphical characteristics:
Asymmetric, Closed shape, Colorful, Contains both straight and curved lines, Has no crossing lines.

Category: Emblems.

Seal of South Dakota is part of the U.S. State Seals group.

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