The geologists of the expedition reported that there was gold in the Black Hills, and miners and others began to flock thither.
He went away for a long time, and we heard he was in the Black Hills.
My soul is guilty—guilty of loving him—guilty of his death, for had I not loved him he would never have known the Black Hills.
But lust for gold all conscience kills in man, "Gold in the Black Hills, gold!"
Shimkin believes that this village was in the Black Hills (Shimkin, 1939, p. 22), but the journals are most hazy on geography.
Well, at last he came to the Black Hills, and there he lived with other rough men.
Because the railroad had no right of way through the reservation, the line could not be extended to the Black Hills.
This is a small stream, a few miles south of the Black Hills.
From the Black Hills, within thirty miles the track must rise to its first and loftiest ascent, 8,242 feet above the sea-level.
Gold was discovered in the Black Hills in 1874, and Bismarck experienced its first boom.
South Dakota landform, translating Lakhota pahá-sapa; supposedly so called because their densely forested flanks look dark from a distance.