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  • Nathan Colman (1843 - 1906)
    Served as a postmaster and a Justice of the Peace in Deadwood. Performed marriage service for his daughter, Ann. Played the cornet.
  • Blanche Colman (1884 - 1978)
    One of the first female lawyers in South Dakota, Blanche worked for the Homestake Mine (owned by the Hearsts) in Lead, SD. She practiced law for over 50 years. She was the last Jew living in Deadwood.
  • Amalie Colman (1852 - 1939)
  • Nathan Hattenbach (1844 - 1911)
    Nathan was responsible for bringing the first smelter to Deadwood, SD.
  • Anne Niederman (1877 - 1968)
    Anne was the only child of Nathan Colman's who married. The ceremony was performed by her father, who was a Justice of the Peace. * Residence : Chicago, Illinois 60645, USA* Census : 1900 - Deadwood ci...

This is an umbrella project for all projects related to Jews from South Dakota. One of the people mentioned in this article is Blanche Colman, one of the first women to practice law in South Dakota. Her picture is available here.