79 cent breakfast
This dinner is located on the actual site of the first gold discovery in Deadwood Gulch back in the late 1800. Breakfast is a steal, although when we went we lost in the slots and i guess the meal actually costed us about 300. I guess thats why the meal is so cheap. The website tells you everything you need to know about the place.
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Your choice of two eggs, hashbrowns and toast.
Steak and Eggs - $7.99
USDA Choice 8 oz. Chuck Tender, two eggs, hashbrowns, and toast.
Served every day 6am - 11am
The town of Deadwood
The Deadwood of today is a bit different than that of its heyday in the late 1800's. It is a reconstruction of what the city would have looked like when Wild Bill and Calamity Jane would have walked its streets and stayed in its hotels. The entire city is on the National Historic Register and it takes you back in time as you walk down Main street. From humble beginnings as a Black Hills mining outpost in 1876, the discovery of gold soon brought prospective gold diggers as well as commerce to the town. Named after the Deadwood Gulch nearby lawless and rough characters soon moved in to the area once the Black Hills gold rush was on. Soon the railroad came bringing workers, commerce and establishing Deadwood as a business center, no matter what business it was conducting.
Mount Moriah Cemetery Tour - Part 1
"James Butler Hickok & Martha Calamity Jane Canary"
Wild Bill was murdered in Deadwood in 1876. He was shot in the back of the head and killed instantly by a local man, Jack McCall.
Calamity Jane died in the mining camp of Terry from a variety of ailments, chief among them being alcoholism. Calamity's dying wish was to be buried next to Wild Bill.
Dora was a sporting house proprietor. After living sixty years in the Black Hills she and her parrot, Fred were buried at Mout Moriah.
"Henry Weston Smith "Preacher Smith""
Henry was Deadwood's first ordained minister. While enroute from Deadwood to Crook City, he was murdered, presumably by Native Americans.
"Civil War Veteran's Section"
Mount Moriah contains the remains of many Civil War veterans.
Freeman was a congressman, attorney, civil war veteran and socialist. He died from complications after surgery.
"Richard Gibson Anderson"
Richard was a noted mining engineer and surveyor. He was rendered insane and taken to a hospital and sucessed in mortally wounding himself with a screwhook taken from the wall of his room.
"Brown Rocks Overlook"
From this part of the cemetery you can clearly see Deadwood Gulch. The American flag flies 24 hours a day by an act of Congress. It is one of the few spots in the country which is afforded this honor.
"Hui Ta Mei-Fen"
This is the only tombstone of a Chinese left in the cemetery. Almost all Chinese immigrants had their remains shipped back to China.