From Global Security website (Search for 147th Field Artilery)
South Dakota's major contribution to World War I was the 147th Field Artillery Regiment. The 147th was created out of half of the 4th South Dakota Infantry and two batteries of Oregon National Guard Artillery. With the Sioux representing a sizeable proportion of the Dakota population in 1917, there were some largely Lakota units, such as Battery B of the 130th Field Artillery, Battery C of the 147th Field Artillery and companies of the 351st and 355th Infantry Regiments. The 147th saw heavy action as it provided artillery support for ten different American and French divisions. The 147th Field Artillery of the 41st Division was attached to the 57th Field Artillery Brigade of the 32d Division and served with it throughout its activities. The regiment received numerous decorations and citations from both France and the United States. After the war's end, the 147th was retained as part of the South Dakota National Guard.
According to Order of Battle of The Land Forces in the World War, AEF;147th FA (75mm cannon) served with the 57th FA Brigade of 32nd Division (Michigan-Wisconsin Nat Guard) June 24, 1918 to April 8 1919. 41st Divisin became a replacement Division after arriving in France Dec 8 1917.