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She was proclaimed South Dakota’s State Animal in 1949.
Her fame would only continue to grow with advertising spots for Western Airlines, ten-state promo tours and a White House appearance where Tootsie was pictured with President Eisenhower and then Vice President Richard Nixon prior to her death in 1959. In the early 1970’s, Homestake Mining Company reopened the silver mine when the Hunt brothers cornered the silver market and ran the price up to an ounce.
During this time, Galena had all the amenities of a thriving community.
There was shopping, a post office, hotels, newspapers, two churches (although supposedly the Methodist Church, while built and standing for a century, never officially opened as the minister hired stole offering money and skipped town), saloons, an opera house, a doctor, an assayer, barbershop, railways and a phone line.
During the ’40’s, Galena was home to arguably its most famous citizen – Tootsie, the singing coyote.
Found as a pup and given to Galena townie Fred Borsch by Ollie Wiswell in 1947, Tootsie was a popular fixture at Borsch’s liquor store in Deadwood and in the Days of ’76 parade.
Having spent most of his life in various South Dakota towns on the east-side of the Missouri River – like Huron, Vermillion, Brookings and Pierre – Mike followed a girl west to Spearfish.The town’s current residents have done well making nice little homes deep in the Black Hills, repurposing much of what was left over the years.This mix of artifacts – from the town’s beginnings and present day – make for a worthwhile walk along Galena Rd. One can expect to see pieces from the town’s beginnings as a gold and silver mining camp starting in 1875, or remnants from the mid-19th century, all neighboring a modern home with a manicured yard, prominently displaying relics from the area’s full 140 years.Walsh would later get in the game himself and strike it rich in Colorado with the Camp Bird Mine in 1896.He became one of America’s few multimillionaire tycoons and might be best known for giving his daughter Evelyn Walsh Mc Lean the famed Hope Diamond as a wedding gift.