Famous People Born in South Dakota
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profile name: Sitting Bull profile occupation: Warrior
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profile name: Crazy Horse profile occupation: Folk Hero, Warrior, Political Leader
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profile name: Tom Brokaw profile occupation: News Anchor, Journalist
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profile name: Jerome Brudos profile occupation: Serial Killer
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profile name: Hubert H. Humphrey profile occupation: Academic, Mayor, U.S. Vice President, U.S. Representative
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profile name: January Jones profile occupation: Actress
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