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The first real town that was organized in Brookings County was Medary in 1857.
Up to this point, the area had been traveled and utilized by only Native Americans, with a few indistinct traces left showing the penetration of the area by explorers, missionaries, trappers, and traders. In 1857, the men put up quarters in preparation to live out the winter in Medary. But in the spring of that year, a large group of Yankton and Yanktonnia Indians drove the settlers from the area, and Medary remained nearly abandoned for the next 11 years.
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This trip was begun in January 1858, and the two soon encountered a blizzard that froze Brookings' feet which both had to be amputated.
He rose to a high position in the Territory, once being a member of the Squatter Territorial Legislature and later being elected Squatter Governor.
Brookings is a city in Brookings County, South Dakota, United States.All three settlements hoped that they would be the lucky town by which the railroad would decide to lay tracks through as it moved westward but it didn't go through Medary so it became a ghost town.As it turned out, none of the three towns were chosen to be passed through by the railroad.Brookings then became appointed superintendent of a road that was to be built from the Minnesota state line west to the Missouri River about 30 miles north of Ft. It was during the construction of this road that Brookings came into contact with land that was part of this county at the time.Because of his drive to settle the Dakota Territory, Brookings County and city were named for a spirited pioneer promoter. Brookings made settlement of this area a real possibility for many people.