The following table is a brief history of Indian Church, Enemy Swim Lake, as recorded in the souvenir booklet "One-Hundredth Anniversary, Waubay, S.Dak. 1880-1980" held July 4-6, 1980.
Care was made to assure accuracy but no warranties are offered. The data is presented here for genealogical purposes in hopes of helping people locate their ancestors. Information transcribed by Karen Kambestad.
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Indian Church, Enemy Swim Lake
Indian Church on a hill overlooking the west edge of Enemy Swim Lake the Episcopalians built the church in 1885. A new building was erected in 1922 on the same location. At this time the old church building was move to the base of the hill and served as the Parish Hall until a tragic fire in 1966.