Bella Union Saloon

Former saloon and theater in Deadwood, South Dakota, United States

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Bella Union Saloon
LocationDeadwood, South Dakota
OwnerTom Miller
TypeSaloon and theater
Genre(s)Other
Construction
Built1876
OpenedSeptember 10, 1876

The Bella Union was a saloon and theater that opened on September 10, 1876, in Deadwood, South Dakota.[1] The proprietor was Tom Miller, an aggressive businessman who would buy several neighboring properties as well.

Bella Union Saloon was a relatively upscale establishment where town meetings came to be held.

In November 1878, Tom Miller went bankrupt, and the Bella Union became a grocery store downstairs and a meeting hall named Mechanics' Hall upstairs.

  1. ^ "Deadwood SD Revealed (which cites the "Black Hills Daily Pioneer")". Archived from the original on 19 July 2006. Retrieved 2006-08-01.

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