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On January 3, 1903, president Theodore Roosevelt named Wind Cave in South Dakota the nations seventh national park. Tails of American Indians described caves that "blew wind," but the first recorded discovery of such a cave was in 1881. Two brother's were drawn to the cave by a whistling noise when they reached the cave, the wind blowed the hat off one of the boy. Upon there return, the changing wind sucked yet an other hat into the cave!

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On January 3, 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt named Wind Cave in South Dakota the nation's seventh national park. Tales of American Indians described caves that "blew wind," but the first recorded discovery of such a cave was in 1881. Two brothers were drawn to the cave by a whistling noise. When they reached the cave, the wind blew the hat off one of the boys. Upon their return, the changing wind sucked yet another hat into the cave!


Article by Gary Hopkins
Education World® Editor in Chief
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08/20/2004