Jack McCall was hanged in Yankton on March 1, 1877, for shooting Wild Bill Hickok in Deadwood.
Thomas Egan was hanged in Sioux Falls on July 13, 1882, for the murder of his wife. Years later, his stepdaughter admitted to committing the crime while on her deathbed.
Brave Bear was hanged in Yankton on Nov. 15, 1882, for the murder of a pioneer settler in Sully County in 1879.
James Gilmore was hanged in Deadwood on Dec. 15, 1882, for the killing of a man on the old Fort Pierre-Deadwood trail.
James Leehman was hanged on Feb. 19, 1892 for the murder of James H. Burns.
Nathaniel Thompson was hanged in DeSmet in October 1893 for killing his wife's friend.
Jay Hicks was hanged in Sturgis in December 1893 for killing and robbing a Meade County rancher.
Chief Two Sticks was hanged in Deadwood in Dec. 28, 1894, for instigating the slaying of four cowboys.
Ernest Loveswar was hanged in Sturgis on Sept. 19, 1902, for the murder of two homesteaders.
Allen Walking Shield was hanged on Oct. 21, 1902, in Sioux Falls for the murder of a Native American woman named Ghost-Faced Bear.
George Bear was hanged in Sioux Falls on Dec. 5, 1902, for murder.
Emil Victor was hanged in Aberdeen on Nov. 16, 1909, for the murder of three people.
Joe Rickman was hanged in Perkins County in 1913 for the murder of a woman and her daughter.
George Sitts was electrocuted in Sioux Falls on April 8, 1947 for the Jan. 24, 1946, murders of state criminal agent Thomas Matthews and Butte County Sheriff Dave Malcolm near Spearfish.
Elijah Page was executed by lethal injection in Sioux Falls on July 11, 2007, for the murder of Chester Allan Poage.
Eric Robert was executed by lethal injection in Sioux Falls on Oct. 15, 2012, for killing South Dakota prison guard Ronald "R.J." Johnson during a failed escape attempt.