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Long Description: First known as Firesteel Station, it started in May of 1910 with an influx of settlers drawn by rumors an entire section (square mile) to become a government townsite. W Benoist and A Traversie made the first discovery in 1907 or 1908 after finding coal dust in a prairie dog town. Unfair freight rates kept use local until after WWI when lower rates opened wider markets.
Many who had drawn low lottery numbers located in the area, but in fact, no townsite was reserved. Firesteel was also a bustling trade center through the teens, 1920's and 1930's.
The original Clothesline Project began with 31 shirts hung in Hyannis, Massachusetts in October of 1990.
North Dakota had its first Clothesline Project display in 1995 at the Great Hall of the Capitol Building during the legislative session. The purpose of the Clothesline Project is: Silent Witness Exhibit The Silent Witness Exhibit is dedicated to further reducing violence against women and children.
Shields have been placed over the witnesses’ hearts- the rhythm of life.
The Silent Witness exhibit promotes healing and peace in committed relationships by connecting victims with local resources for ending violence, raising community awareness of domestic violence, and encouraging community action to end societal violence.
Fires claimed many businesses and in the 1960's the mine and the school both closed.
Today most area residents are engaged in ranching and farming.
With the introduction of new mining technology, fewer workers were required for the mine, and the town began its decline as miners left to find work. The mine closed in 1968, and the school closed sometime that same decade. A marker was placed on the townsite in 1991 by the Dewey County Historical Society, which tells the town's history.Services are also provided to victims of child sexual abuse and to adult survivors of child sexual abuse.Child Services is a licensed residential care facility for 16 youth ages 10 – 17 and provides group care, assessment services, crisis stabilization, respite care and community reintegration services for children and youth placed by state, tribal and Bureau of Indian Affairs child protective agencies.Eagle Butte, located near the center of the reservation, serves as tribal headquarters and is the largest community in the region.Sacred Heart Center is a multi-service nonprofit service organization originally founded by the Congregation of the Priests of the Sacred Heart and incorporated under the laws of South Dakota.