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Scottsbluff, Nebraska
History
Papillion, Nebraska
Historical Society
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Historical Society
Dawson, Nebraska
Historical Society
Grant, Nebraska
Historical Society
Peru, Nebraska
History
Big Springs, Nebraska
History
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Historical Society
Bridgeport, Nebraska
History
Kimball, Nebraska
Historical Society
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Historical Society
Plattsmouth, Nebraska
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The Plattsmouth Conservancy is dedicated to the preservation of Plattsmouth's architectural heritage. The Plattsmouth Conservancy is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging city residents and businesses to wisely use and retain their historical homes and buildings. The Conservancy seeks to promote the identification, evaluation, preservation, and restoration of these buildings.
Ashton, Nebraska
Osceola, Nebraska
Historical Society
Ponca, Nebraska
Historical Society
Niobrara, Nebraska
History
Gothenburg, Nebraska
History, Historic House, Park
The Sam Macchette station, used by the Pony Express between 1860 and 1861, is located in Ehmen Park in the center of Gothenburg. It was used as a fur trading post/ranch house along the Oregon Trail southwest of Gothenburg. It was moved from its original site and rebuilt in Ehmen Park in 1931. The museum has been open to the public since 1954.
Potter, Nebraska
Dalton, Nebraska
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