County Marker Title Location Adams Susan O. Hail Grave 3.5 miles west and 2 miles north of Kenesaw Adams Central Hastings Historic District Alexander Park, 7th. St. and N. Lincoln Ave., Hastings Adams Crystal Lake Crystal Lake State Recreation Area, Ayr Adams Hastings Chautauqua Pavilion Chautauqua Park, 5th St. and Laird Ave., Hastings Adams Heartwell Park Historic District Heartwell Park, Forest Blvd. and N. California Ave., Hastings Adams Naval Ammunition Depot Central Community College, 1.5 miles east of Hastings on U.S. 6 Adams Kingston Cemetery U.S. 281, 2.5 miles northeast of Ayr Adams The Oregon Trail U.S. 6/34, 9 miles west of Hastings Antelope Ponca Trail of Tears - White Buffalo Girl U.S. 275, Neligh Cemetery Antelope The Prairie States Forestry Project 1.5 miles north of Orchard Antelope The Neligh Mill Bridge U.S. 275, Neligh Mills State Historic Site, Neligh Antelope The Neligh Mills U.S. 275, Neligh Mills State Historic Site, Neligh Boone St. Edward City park, adjacent to Nebr. 39 Boone Logan Fontenelle Nebr. 14, Petersburg City Park Box Butte The Sidney_Black Hills Trail Nebr. 2, 12 miles west of Hemingford. Box Butte Burlington Locomotive 719 Northeast corner of 16th and Box Butte Ave., Alliance Box Butte Hemingford Main Street, Hemingford Box Butte Box Butte Country Jct. U.S. 385/Nebr. 87, ten miles east of Hemingford Box Butte The Alliance Army Air Field Nebr. 2, Airport Road, Alliance Boyd Lewis and Clark Camp Site: Sept 7, 1804 Neb. 12, 1/2 mile east of Lynch Boyd Lost Airmen of WW II Highway 12, 0.5 miles east of Naper, near Knollcrest Cemetery Brown Lakeland Sod High School U.S. 20, 7.5 miles west of Ainsworth Brown Ainsworth Army Air Field Ainsworth Municipal Airport Buffalo The Great Plains I-80 rest area, westbound, Kearney Buffalo CCC Camp, Ravenna, Nebraska Nebr. 2, 1 mile southeast of Ravenna Buffalo Nebraska Centre - Boyd Ranche U.S. 30, 1.75 miles west of Gibbon Buffalo Blue Mills and Glenwood Park Wood River Rd and HWY 10/2nd Ave, Glenwood Park (N of Kearney on HWY 10/2nd Ave) Buffalo Kearney - Fort Kearny I-80 rest area, eastbound, Kearney Buffalo Post South Loup Fork "Fort Banishment" Nebr. 2, 1 mile southeast of Ravenna Buffalo Gibbon Gibbon Heritage Center, 2nd and Court St., Gibbon Buffalo Watson Ranch U.S. 30, 4 miles west of Kearney Buffalo Elm Creek Library on Tyler St., Elm Creek Buffalo Kearney Cotton Mill U.S. 30, 3 miles west of Kearney Buffalo Historic Kearney City Centennial Park, Kearney Buffalo Gibbon, 1871-1971 Windmill Park Access Road, 3 miles south of Gibbon Buffalo University of Nebraska at Kearney 1 mile west of Jct. Nebr. 10/U.S. 30 Buffalo Joseph E. Johnson and The Huntsman's Echo Railroad Park, Main St. and U.S. 30, Shelton Buffalo Buffalo County's Lincoln Highway Seedling Mile 19th Avenue and 24th Street/Highway 30, University of Nebraska at Kearney Burt Tekamah U.S. 73, Tekamah Burt The Logan Creek Site U.S. 77, 2 miles south of Oakland Burt Lyons U.S. 77, south of Lyons Burt Victor Colson Homestead U.S. 77, 1/2 mile north of Oakland Butler Shinn's Ferry Nebr. 64, 5.5 miles east of Bellwood Cass Weeping Water Academy Weeping Water Public Library, Randolph and H Sts. Cass St. Patrick's Cemetery Manley Cass Prehistoric Burial Site Eugene T. Mahoney State Park, 4 miles south of Ashland Cass Company A - First Nebraska Volunteer Infantry 1861-1866 Cass County Historical Society Museum, 646 Main St., Plattsmouth Cass Bess Streeter Aldrich: 1881-1954 Bess Streeter Aldrich House, 204 East F Street, Elmwood. Cass Lewis and Clark Campsite: July 21, 1804 U.S. 75 at south end of Platte River Bridge Cedar Scenic Missouri Valley U.S. 81, c. 3 miles south of Yankton, South Dakota Cedar Historic Missouri Valley U.S. 81, c. 3 miles south of Yankton, South Dakota Cedar Cedar County County Courthouse, Hartington Cedar Hartington - Home of two Nebraska Governors Cedar County Museum, 304 W. Franklin St., Hartington Cedar Paragon Cemetery 88498 567 Ave., Hartington Chase Champion Water-Powered Mill Nebr. S15A, 3 miles west of Imperial Cherry Bryan Bridge Turnoff from U.S. 20, southeast of Valentine Cherry Dewitty Highway 83 near Brownlee turnoff Cherry Opening the Sandhills U.S. 20, 2.5 miles east of Cherry-Sheridan west line. 8.5 miles east of Gordon Cherry Survey Valley, Cherry County, Nebraska HWY 16 (18 mi N of Grant-Cherry Co. line or 42 mi S of Merriman)e Cherry Dry Valley Church & Cemetery HWY 97, N of Dry Valley Road (approximately 20 mi N of HWY 2 on HWY 97)east of Gordon Cherry Fort Niobrara U.S. 20, 1.5 miles southeast of Valentine Cherry Midair Collision of P-47 "Thunderbolt" Fighter Planes, 1944 Highway 20, Wood Lake Cheyenne The Golden Link I-80 rest area, eastbound, Sidney Cheyenne Early Irrigation in Cheyenne County U.S. 30, 1 mile east of Potter Cheyenne Fort Sidney U.S. 30, Sidney Cheyenne Discovery Oil Well - Marathon Oil Co U.S. 385, 4.5 miles south of Gurley Cheyenne Sidney-Black Hills Trail U.S. 30, Sidney Cheyenne Cheyenne County I-80 rest area, eastbound, Sidney Cheyenne Geology I-80 rest area, eastbound, Sidney Cheyenne Sioux Army Depot U.S. 30, northwest of Brownson Cheyenne Sidney-Cheyenne County I-80 rest area, westbound, Sidney Cheyenne Lodgepole and the Union Pacific Railroad 1/2 block N. of Hwy. 30, McCall St., Lodgepole Cheyenne Nebraska's Earliest Documented Burial West side of Fort Sidney Rd. between Toledo St and Deaver Dr, Sidney Clay Clay Center Alexander and Johnson Avenues, Clay Center Clay Harvard City Park, Harvard Clay Midair Collision of B-17 Bombers Harvard Veterans' Memorial Park, southeast corner of Clay Ave & Walnut, Harvard Clay Harvard Army Air Field Harvard Veterans' Memorial/Park, Main Street (Clay Ave), Harvard Clay Harvard Jail South side of Oak Street between Harvard & Clay streets, Harvard Clay German Russians Come To Sutton City Park, Saunders & Ash Streets, Sutton Clay Harvard's 1915 Carnegie Library 309 N Clay Ave, Harvard Clay Spring Ranche Nebr. 74, 6 miles west of Fairfield Clay Edgar 1872-1972 Nebr. 14, 4 miles west of Edgar Clay Sutton City Park, Sutton Clay The Soldiers' Monument S.W. section of city park, Cedar and Saunders, Sutton Cuming DeWitt Historical Site Nebr. 275, 4 miles west, .75 mile north of West Point Cuming John G. Neihardt Study Grove and Washington Sts., Bancroft Cuming John G. Neihardt Center Elm and Washington Sts., Bancroft Cuming Bancroft .5 mile west of Jct. Nebr. 51/16 Custer Ansley 1886-1986 City Park, Ansley Custer Custer County's First Courthouse Nebr. 40, Morgan Park, Callaway Custer Broken Bow County Courthouse, Broken Bow Custer Buckeye Corner of Sumner Rd & Buckeye Rd, S of Broken Bow (GPS 44305 Buckeye Rd, Broken Bow) Custer Mitchell-Ketchum Homesteads Highway 70, east of Westerville near Road 459 Custer Westerville 1880-1980 Jct. Nebr. 70/U.S. 183, west edge of Westerville Custer The Nebraska State Grange Nebr. 2, 5 miles northwest of Broken Bow Custer Cumro, Nebraska 12.5 miles south of Ansley on U.S. 183, then 6 miles west, on north side of intersect Dakota Territorial Church Old U.S. 77, Dakota City Dakota Combs School, Built 1857 - Closed 1964 U.S. 77, 1.5 miles south of Homer Dakota Lewis and Clark Camp Site: Aug 21, 1804 U.S. 20, 1 mile west of Jackson Dakota Tonwantonga U.S. 77, 3 miles north of Homer Dakota St. John's, 1856 U.S. 20, Jackson Dawes Butte Country U.S. 20, 4 miles east of Crawford Dawes The First Church in Chadron Chadron Avenue and 4th Sts., Chadron Dawes The Fort Pierre-Fort Laramie Trail Roadside park, west Jct. U.S. 385/U.S. 20, Chadron Dawes Bordeaux Trading Post U.S. 20, Museum of the Fur Trade, 3 miles east of Chadron Dawes German P.O.W. Camp Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Fort Robinson and the Railroad Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Fort Robinson-Camp Sheridan Pine Ridge Indian Agency Road Intersection of 16th Street and U.S. 385, Chadron Dawes Post Headquarters, 1905 Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Red Cloud Agency Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Adobe Officers' Quarters Fort Robinson State Park Dawes K-9 Training Area Fort Robinson State Park Dawes 1887 Barracks Row Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Flagstaff, 1890 Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Chadron-Chicago Cowboy Race (1893) Second and Bordeaux Sts., Chadron Dawes The Fort Robinson Cemetery Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Officer's Row, 1909 Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Officer's Row, 1874-1875 Fort Robinson State Park Dawes The Death of Baptiste Garnier Main Street, Crawford Dawes Buffalo Soldiers at Fort Robinson Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Chadron Creek Trading Post U.S. 385, 5.5 miles south of Chadron Dawes Fort Robinson Fort Robinson State Park Dawes 1909 Brick Barracks Fort Robinson State Park Dawes The Flight of the Cheyennes Fort Robinson State Park Dawes Fighting in the Buttes Fort Robinson State Park Dawes The Council Tree 5 miles east of Crawford on Hwy 20, N on Whitney Lake Rd., 1.2 miles to old Hwy 20, W, .6 miles Dawes Chadron State College Entrance to campus, Chadron (marker destroyed) Dawes Chadron State Park U.S. 385, 8 miles south of Chadron Dawes Crawford Wayside Park, Jct. U.S. 20/Nebr. 2, Crawford Dawes Crawford 1891 School Bell Southeast corner of Coates and 5th Sts., Crawford Dawson The 100th Meridian U.S. 30, Cozad Dawson Swedish Crosses Cemetery NE 1/4, NE 1/4, T12N, R25W Dawson Central Platte Valley (replaced 74) I-80 rest area, westbound, Cozad Dawson Central Platte Valley (replaced 73) I-80 rest area, eastbound, Cozad Dawson The Tobin Indian Raid U. S. 30, 1.5 miles east of Overton Deuel Waterman Sod House U.S. 138, Eiker Park, Big Springs Deuel B-24J Bomber Crash Pony Express Park, south of Chappell Deuel Phelps Hotel Block 9, Big Springs Deuel Historic Lodgepole Creek Valley I-80 rest area, eastbound, Chappell Deuel The Great Platte River Road I-80 rest area, eastbound, Big Springs Deuel Julesburg and Fort Sedgwick I-80 rest area, eastbound, Big Springs Deuel Sam Bass and the Big Springs Robbery U.S. 138, Big Springs Deuel Big Springs I-80 rest area, eastbound, Big Springs Dixon Ponca State Park Ponca State Park, Ponca Dixon The Ionia "Volcano" Nebr. 12, Pfister Park, east edge of Newcastle Dixon Lewis and Clark Camp Sites: Aug 23-25, 1804 Nebr. 12, 3 miles west of Newcastle Dixon Ponca Main Street, Ponca Dodge The Great Platte River Route West U.S. 30, Fremont State Lake, 4 miles west of Fremont Dodge Pawnee Villages U.S. 77, south side of Platte River N 88 Dodge Millar-Sloss Pioneer Cemetery .5 mile west of Jct. Nebr. 79/U.S.30 and .25 mile south, North Bend Dodge Webster Intersection of County Road K and Nebraska 79, between North Bend and Snyder Dodge Dodge County Poor Farm 1777 County Road 23, Nickerson Dodge Fremont, Nebraska 5th and Park Streets, Fremont Douglas Winter Quarters U.S. 73/75, Florence Park, Omaha Douglas Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition Heartland of America Park, Omaha Douglas Lincoln Highway Old Lincoln HWY bet N 192nd & N 180th, Elkhorn Douglas Poynter Hall 42nd & Dewey Ave, UNMC Campus, Omaha Douglas Lewis and Clark Camp Site: July 27, 1804 N.P. Dodge Park, Omaha Douglas Crook House 30th and Fort Sts., Fort Omaha in Omaha Douglas Fort Atkinson .5 miles east of 96th St. and Nebr. 36, north of Omaha Douglas Omaha Ak-Sar-Ben coliseum, Omaha Douglas The Bank of Florence 8500 block on No. 30th St., Omaha Douglas Platte River History Jct. of U.S. 275/Nebr. 36, 6 miles northwest of Valley Douglas Kobs Pioneer Cemetery Approximately 1 mile north of 144th and State Street, Omaha Douglas Central High School 124 N. 20th St., Omaha Douglas Malcolm "X" 3448 Pinckney St., Omaha Douglas Fort Omaha 30th and Fort Sts., Fort Omaha in Omaha Douglas Shipley Cemetery Ponca Hills Fire Station, 12919 Ponca Rd., Omaha Douglas Father Flanagan's Boys' Home (near) U.S. 6 and Flanagan Blvd., Boys Town Campus Douglas Ak-Sar-Ben Field and the U.S. Air Mail University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), 1110 South 67th St. Douglas Boettger Farm .5 mile east of 96th St. and Nebr. 36, north of Omaha Douglas William Henry Jackson W. Dale Clark Library, 15th and Douglas Sts., Omaha Douglas Creighton University On the campus, Omaha Douglas Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition Kountze Park, Omaha Douglas Forest Lawn Memorial Park 40th and Forest Lawn Ave., Omaha (Centennial Garden, Sec. 31) Douglas Capitol Hill 20th and Dodge Sts., Omaha Douglas The Florence Mill Nebr. 36, west of the Mormon Bridge Douglas Duchesne Academy 3601 Burt St., Omaha Douglas Historic Prospect Hill--Omaha's Pioneer Cemetery 33rd and Parker Sts., Omaha Douglas Oto Indians Two Rivers State Recreation Area Douglas Chief Standing Bear Standing Bear Lake, 138th and Fort Streets Douglas Captain William Clark and Private Reuben Field Lewis and Clark Landing, Adjacent to Omaha Convention Center Douglas Buffalo Bill at the Trans-Mississippi and Inter- national Exposition and Indian Congress of 1898 Kountze Park, northeast corner of Florence Blvd. and Pinkney St., Omaha Douglas George and Sarah Joslyn Home Northeast side of 40th and Davenport intersection, Omaha Douglas Kountze Memorial Lutheran Church 2650 Farnam St, Omaha Douglas Before Creighton University Southwest corner of 19th and California, Creighton University, Omaha Douglas South Omaha People MCC South Omaha Campus, South 27th and Q streets, Omaha Douglas Nebraska School for the Deaf 3223 N 45th, Omaha Dundy Texas Trail Canyon U.S. 34, 4 miles east of Haigler Dundy General Custer in Nebraska U.S. 34, south edge of Benkelman Dundy Ward Bond's Boyhood Home 422 W. 5th. Ave., Benkelman Dundy Prisoners of War in Dundy County 8.3 miles N of Hwy. 34/61 junction, near mile marker 13, Benkelman Dundy Nature's Gift: The Highway 34 Springs Old Highway 34, 1/2 mile south of U.S. 34 on Ave 339, Benkelman Fillmore The Blizzard of 1888 Nebr. 41, .75 mile north of Milligan Fillmore Fairmont Army Air Field U.S. 81, 2.5 miles south of Fairmont Fillmore Fairmont Army Air Field U.S. 6, 1 mile east of Fairmont Fillmore Fairmont Creamery Company Main Street, 2 blocks south of U.S. 6, Fairmont Fillmore Fillmore County, 1871-1971 Ninth and G Sts., Geneva Fillmore 1879 Exeter 1979 Exeter Fillmore Stockholm Lutheran Church and Swedish Cemetery Nebr. 74, 2 miles west of Shickley Fillmore The Pioneer Chapel and Cesky Bratri Cemetery Nebraska 41, one mile west of the Milligan Corner Fillmore Ohiowa Auditorium South Main Street, Ohiowa Fillmore B-17G "Flying Fortress" and P-47D "Thunderbolt" Crash, 1944 Nebr. Highway 41, north of Milligan Fillmore Two B-24 "Liberators" Crash Near Milligan, 1943 Nebr. Highway 41, north of Milligan Fillmore BT-13B "Valiant" and P-47D "Thunderbolt" Crash, 1944 Nebr. Highway 41, north of Milligan Franklin Franklin County County Courthouse, Franklin Franklin Franklin Academy City Park, Franklin Frontier Frontier County, Stockville Nebr. 18, 1 mile west of Stockville Frontier Ingham Nebr. 23, 5 miles east of Moorefield Furnas The Small Schoolhouse Edison Furnas Nebraska's Flying Doctor Nebr. 89, Beaver City Furnas The Republican River Flood of 1935 U.S. 136, 1.2 miles west of Oxford Furnas Burtons Bend U.S. 6/34, Holbrook Furnas Norwegian Lutheran Church 1.5 miles west, 2 miles north of Holbrook Gage Homestead Movement U.S. 77, Beatrice Airport Gage The Oto and Missouri Agency Nebr. 8, south edge of Barneston Gage The Oketo Cutoff Nebr. 8, milepost 74.6, west of Odell Garden Windlass Hill Pioneer Homestead U.S. 26, Ash Hollow State Park Garden Ash Hollow Ash Hollow State Historical Park visitor center, southeast of Lewellen Garden Ash Hollow Geology Ash Hollow State Park visitor center, southeast of Lewellen Garden John Hollman Grave Nebr. 27, 2 miles south of Oshkosh Garden Battle of Blue Water U.S. 26, 1.5 miles west of Lewellen Garfield The North Loup Project Calamus Dam, 2 miles west, 4 miles north of Burwell Garfield Garfield County County Courthouse, Burwell Garfield The Calamus Valley Calamus Reservoir, visitor center overlook, northwest of Burwell Garfield The Easter Blizzard of 1873 Nebr. 91, 2 miles east of Burwell Garfield The Pebble Creek Fight Nebr. 91, 2 miles east of Burwell Garfield Kamp Kaleo Nebr. 91, 1 mile east of Burwell Gosper George E. Johnson U.S. 283, Johnson Lake Greeley Chalk Mine Nebr. 11, 2 miles south of Scotia Hall Sandhill Cranes 2 miles south of I-80 Alda Interchange, mm 305, on Alda Road Hall St. Joseph and Grand Island Railroad Pine St., Doniphan Hall Hall County Poor Farm Cemetery SWC of HWY 281 & Abbott Road, north of Grand Island Hall Martin Brothers Crane Meadows Center, south side I-80, Alda interchange Hall Original Townsite of Wood River U.S. 30, 3 miles west of Wood River Hall The Old Fort Kearny (Nebraska City) Road Lot 10, Amick Acres subdivision Hall Conflict of 1867 U.S. 281, west of Doniphan Hall The Mormon Trail Stuhr Museum, south of Grand Island, Wayside Park Hall LaGrande Isle Stolley Park, Grand Island Hall Grand Island I-80 rest area, eastbound, 2.5 miles east of Interchange Hall The O.K. Store Fonner Park, Grand Island Hall Pioneer Park Pioneer Park, Grand Island Hall Grand Island I-80 rest area, westbound, 1.5 miles west of Interchange Hall The Lincoln Memorial Highway Pioneer Park, West Second and Cleburn Sts., Grand Island Hall B-17 Crash, 1943 Husker Highway and 150th Road, Wood River Hall Central Nebraska Regional Airport Terminal Building, Grand Island Airport, 3773 Sky Park Road Hall Hall County Courthouse Courthouse grounds, Grand Island Hall The Seedling Mile Highway 30 and Stuhr Rd., east edge of Grand Island Hall Old Dodge School - World War II POW Branch Camp NW corner of the Dodge parking lot, 1st and Walnut Streets, Grand Island Hall B-17 Bomber Crash, 1944 5537 St. Paul Road, Grand Island Hamilton Deep Well Irrigation U.S. 34, city park, Aurora Hamilton Farmers' Valley Cemetery 5 miles east and .5 mile north of Stockham Hamilton Hamilton County Courthouse County Courthouse, Aurora Hamilton Siloa Cemetery 17th & M Roads, Aurora vicinity Hamilton Youst Cemetery, Hampton, Nebraska Corner of State Hwy. L41D and Co. Rd E12, 1 mile south of Hampton Harlan Pioneer Crossing Nebr. 4, 3 miles west of Ragan Hayes The Grand Duke Alexis 5 miles east and 2 miles north of Hayes Center Hitchcock Culbertson, First Hitchcock County Seat City Park, Culbertson Hitchcock The Leavenworth and Pike's Peak Express City Park, Stratton Hitchcock Massacre Canyon U.S. 34, 3.5 miles east of Trenton Hitchcock Prisoners of War in Hitchcock County Main Street, Palisade Hitchcock Stone Church Nebr. 17, 8.5 miles south and .25 mile east of Culbertson Holt U.S. Highway 281 U.S. 281, 8.5 miles south of O'Neill Holt O'Neill U.S. 20, 2 miles southeast of O'Neill Holt The Savidge Brothers, Aviation Pioneers U.S. 275, east edge of Ewing Holt Page Base Line 5th & Market, Page Holt O'Neill, Irish Capital of Nebraska U.S. 20, O'Neill, county courthouse Hooker Mullen, Hooker County Hooker County Courthouse, Mullen Hooker Site of Hecla, Nebraska 11 miles west of Mullen on Highway 2 Howard St. Wenceslaus Cemetery 1 mile south, .75 mile west, Jct. Nebr. 11/Nebr. 92 Howard Grover Cleveland Alexander U.S. 281, 2 miles south of St. Paul Howard Dannebrog, Nebraska's Danish Capital Columbia Hall, Nebr. 58, Dannebrog Howard First Presbyterian Church of St. Paul 816 Indian Street, St. Paul Jefferson Plymouth Neb. 4, west edge of Plymouth in town park Jefferson 1880 Diller 1980 City Park, east side of Nebr. 103, Diller Jefferson The Smith Limekiln River Road, northwest of Fairbury Jefferson Jansen U.S. 136, 1 mile west of Jansen Johnson Cook Cook Park, corner of Main and Third Sts. and the Cook Spur Johnson Tecumseh City Hall, Tecumseh Kearney Fort Kearny Fort Kearney State Historical Park Kearney Axtell, Nebraska U.S. 6/34, City Park, Axtell Kearney The Burlington and Missouri River Railroad Nebr. 10, 1.5 miles south of Platte River bridge Kearney Walker's Ranch Nebr. 44, .5 mile north of Wilcox Kearney The Great Platte River Road Nebr. 44, near Jct. Nebr. 50A Kearney Dobytown Nebr. 50A, 2 miles west of Fort Kearny State Historical Park Kearney 1872 Lowell 1972 South of Interstate exit 285, Lowell townsite Kearney Osco Cemetery and School Osco Road, Upland Keith Court House Rock, Chimney Rock, and Scott's Bluff I-80 rest area, westbound, Roscoe Keith Ash Hollow I-80 rest area, westbound, Roscoe Keith Ogallala I-80 rest area, westbound, Roscoe Keith California Hill U.S. 30, 5 miles west of Brule Keith Cowboy Capital Mansion on the Hill Museum, 10th and N. Spruce St., Ogallala Keith Boot Hill North part of Ogallala Kimball Nebraska I-80 rest area, eastbound, Bushnell Kimball Kimball County I-80 rest area, eastbound, Bushnell Kimball Maginnis Irrigation Flume Old Highway 30, Kimball Knox Lewis and Clark Camp Site: Sept 2, 1804 Village of Lindy Knox The Ponca Tribe (replaced marker #62) Nebr. 12, near entrance to Niobrara State Park Knox The Sage Brothers Nebr. 12, 1.5 miles west of Niobrara Lancaster Giant Glacial Boulder 14th and Manatt Sts., Lincoln Lancaster 1776 Bicentennial Prairie Marker 1976 U.S. 77 rest area, 2 miles east of Sprague Lancaster Civilian Conservation Corps Co. 2738 Main Street, Denton Lancaster Fairview: Home of William Jennings Bryan Bryan/LGH Medical Center East, 49th and Sumner Sts., Lincoln Lancaster The Lincoln Regional Center Lincoln Regional Center, Van Dorn and Folsom Sts., Lincoln Lancaster Nebraska Statehood Memorial 1627 H St., Lincoln Lancaster Pershing Rifles Military and Naval Science Building, UNL, 14th and Vine Sts., Lincoln Lancaster Nine-Mile Prairie Memorial Former air base ammunition depot, west of N.W. 48th St., Lincoln Lancaster Nine-Mile Prairie Former air base ammunition depot, west of N.W. 48th St., Lincoln Lancaster Lincoln Aviation Personalities before 1930 Lincoln Municipal Airport Lancaster Lincoln Army Air Field/Air Force Base Bowling Lake Park, Lincoln Air Park Lancaster Lincoln's Emergence as an Aviation Center Lincoln Municipal Airport Lancaster The City of Lincoln I-80 rest area, westbound, Lincoln Lancaster The North Bottoms Tenth and Charleston Sts., Lincoln Lancaster Lincoln's Founding Block S.W. corner of 10th and Q Sts., Lincoln Lancaster The Ferguson House 700 So. 16th St., Lincoln Lancaster The University of Nebraska University of Nebraska campus, 11th and S Sts., Lincoln Lancaster The Lewis-Syford House 700 No. 16th St., Lincoln Lancaster County-City Building City County Building, Lincoln Lancaster Nebraska's Prairie Plants I-80 rest area, westbound, Lincoln Lancaster Crounse Area 6, Branched Oak State Recreation Area, Raymond Lancaster The Nebraska State Historical Society 1500 R Street, Lincoln Lancaster U.S. Post Office and Courthouse (Old City Hall) NW corner of 10th and O Sts., Lincoln Lancaster Nebraska City--Fort Kearny Cutoff Spring Creek Prairie Audubon Center, 11700 SW 100th St., Denton Lancaster Rock Island Wreck Site, 1894 3/4 mile south of Old Cheney Rd. at about 4th and Old Cheney, along Jamaica North Trail, Lincoln Lincoln Fort McPherson Lincoln County Historical Society Museum, 2403 North Buffalo St., North Platte Lincoln Crossing the Overland Trail I-80 rest area, eastbound, Sutherland Lincoln Road Ranches Along the Platte I-80 rest area, eastbound, Brady Lincoln Fort McPherson U.S. 30, west edge of Maxwell Lincoln Fort McPherson and North Platte I-80 rest area, westbound, Brady Lincoln Sioux Lookout Courthouse Square, North Platte Lincoln Scout's Rest Buffalo Bill Ranch State Historical Park, North Platte Lincoln The Great Platte River Road I-80 rest area, westbound, Sutherland Lincoln The Great Platte River Road I-80 rest area, eastbound, Sutherland Loup Valleyview Valleyview Flats area at Calamus Reservoir State Recreation area Loup Harrop U.S. 183, 18 miles north of Taylor Madison Battle Creek Nebr.121, north edge of Battle Creek Madison Barnes Reserve Cemetery Old U.S. 81, in Madison Madison Verges Park (Norfolk Brick and Tile Company) N. 7th & Verges Ave., Elkhorn Valley Mus., Norfolk Madison Meadow Grove U.S. 275 wayside area, east edge of Meadow Grove Madison The Skala Timber House Parks of Pride, off Highway 121, south edge of Battle Creek Merrick Lone Tree U.S. 30, Central City Merrick The Mormon Trail U.S. 30, Central City Morrill Camp Clarke Bridge and Sidney Black Hills Trail U.S. 26, 3 miles west of Bridgeport Morrill Chimney Rock Nebr. 92, southwest of Bayard (replaced by 152) #1 Morrill Mud Springs HWY 385 bet Bridgeport & Dalton (15 mi S of Bridgeport or 6 mi N Dalton) Morrill Courthouse and Jail Rocks Nebr. 88, .3 mile north of Seybolt Park Morrill Narcissa Whitman U.S. 26, 8 miles east of Broadwater Morrill Chimney Rock (replaced 1) Nebr. 92, southwest of Bayard Morrill Amanda Lamme U.S. 385, southeast of Bridgeport Morrill Bridgeport, Nebraska Near U.S. 385 / U.S. 26 Junction Nance Mormon Pioneer Campsite Nebr. 14, 2 miles south of Fullerton (replaced by 162) Nance Pawnee Nebr. 39, city park, Genoa Nance Mormon Pioneer Campsite (replaced 27) Nebr. 14, 2 miles south of Fullerton Nance Genoa: 1857-1859 Nebr. 39, City Park, Genoa Nemaha Lewis and Clark Campsite: July 15, 1804 Brownville State Recreation Area Nemaha Brownville (replaced 64) U.S. 136, City Park, Brownville Nemaha Muir House U.S. 136, Brownville Nemaha Auburn Post Office Mural 1320 Courthouse Ave, Auburn Nemaha Peru State College On the campus, Peru Nemaha Half-Breed Tract U.S. 136, .5 mile east of Auburn Nemaha The Nebraska State Teachers' Association Brownville Public School Nemaha Nemaha County Courthouse Courthouse grounds, Auburn Nuckolls 1864 Indian Raids Nebr. 14, 9 miles north of Nelson Nuckolls Indian Captives Oregon Trail Park, Oak Nuckolls Skirmish at Spring Creek U.S. 136, 2 miles west of Ruskin Nuckolls Original Townsite of Oak 2 miles southeast of Oak on Oak-Ruskin Road, near Little Blue River Otoe Old Fort Kearny East Central Ave., Nebraska City Otoe Nebraska City-Fort Kearny Cutoff Nebr. 2, northwest edge of Syracuse Otoe 1882 Talmage, Nebraska 1982 Talmage Otoe Arbor Lodge Arbor Lodge, 2nd and Centennial Sts., Nebraska City Otoe Nebraska City 2100 4th and Corso Otoe Indian Treaty Monument U.S. 73/75, c. 3 miles west and north of courthouse corner in Nebraska Otoe The First United Methodist Church of Nebraska City 1023 First Avenue, Nebraska City Otoe Mayhew Cabin 1855 Nebr. 2, John Brown Park, Nebraska City Otoe U.S. Air Force Atlas Missile Site 225 N 56th RD, Nebraska City Otoe Camp Creek Cemetery and Chapel Northeast corner County Rd P and County Rd 70, Nebraska City vicinity Pawnee Village of Steinauer 3 miles east of Steinauer Pawnee Pawnee City Mini park, 7th and G Streets, Pawnee City Pawnee Dubois Czech Hall 62568 706th Road, 1.5 mi N of Dubois on HWY 50, .75 W on 706th Road Perkins Wild Horse Spring Nebr. 61, 4.5 miles north of Grant Perkins The Texas Trail Nebr. 23, east edge of Madrid Phelps Bertrand 1885-1985 City Park, Bertrand Phelps Phelps County County Courthouse, Holdrege Phelps Funk, Nebraska Harmony Park, Funk Phelps Historic Platte Valley U.S. 183, 2 miles south of Platte River bridge Phelps Site of Old Sacramento 4 miles south and 4 miles east of Holdrege Phelps Atlanta Prisoner-of-War Camp U.S. 6/34, 1 mile northeast of Atlanta Phelps First Site of Bethel Lutheran Church and Cemetery 3 miles east of Holdrege on U.S. 6, 1/2 mile south Phelps Holdrege Silt Loam - The Nebraska State Soil 2701 Burlington St, Nebraska Prairie Museum, Holdrege Pierce Old Willow Creek Bridge City Park, Pierce Pierce Gilman Park City Park, Pierce Pierce The Meridian Highway Highway 13 & 552 Avenue, 4 mi. Southeast of Pierce Platte Agricultural Park Agricultural Park, 10th Ave. and 15th St., Columbus Platte The Villasur Expedition, 1720 Pawnee Park, Columbus Platte Duncan, 1871-1971 U.S. 30, Duncan Platte West Hill Community West Hill Cemetery, 5.5 miles north and 6 miles west of Monroe Platte The North Brothers U.S. 81, adjacent to Chamber of Commerce, Columbus Platte Andrew Jackson Higgins U.S. 81, West Pawnee Park, Columbus Platte Alfred Maximilian Gruenther: 1899-1983 City Auditorium, 315 4th Street, Platte Center Platte The Lincoln Highway-Gardiner Station Section .9 mile west of 340th Ave. on 115th St., west of Columbus Platte Granville Cemetery 4 1/2 miles west and a mile south of Humphrey on 444th St. Polk Stromsburg - The Swede Capital of Nebraska Buckley Park (camping area), on U.S. 81, south edge of Stromsburg Polk Osceola and The Early Pioneers: 1867-1967 Nebr. 92, east edge of Osceola Polk Village of Polk City Park, Nebraska 66 Red Willow George William Norris, 1861-1944 Norris Ave., city park, McCook Red Willow Pawnee Woman's Grave City Park, Indianola Red Willow McCook Army Air Base 7 miles north of McCook Red Willow Mallalieu University U.S. 6/34, Bartley Richardson Missouri River U.S. 159, east side of Rulo Richardson First Oil Well Nebr. 8, 3 miles west of Falls City Richardson Humboldt Commercial Historic District City Square Park, 4th and Central, Humboldt Richardson Lewis and Clark Camp Site: July 13, 1804 U.S. 159, east side of Rulo Richardson Point of Beginning, Public Land Surveys of the Sixth Principal Meridian Rulo-White Cloud Road at State Line Rock Spring Valley Park U.S. 20, Newport Saline Nebraska Chautauquas Tuxedo Park, Crete Saline Sgt. Leodegar Schnyder Nebr. 74, northeast corner of Tobias Saline Czech Capital Jct. Nebr. 103/41, Wilber Saline Swan City Nebr. 103, 2 miles northwest of DeWitt Saline PFC Charley Havlat Saline County Museum, 1445 State Hwy 33, Dorchester Saline Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill Cemetery, County Road (CR) HH, east of Dorchester Sarpy Bellevue Log Cabin 19th and Hancock Sts., Bellevue Sarpy First Presbyterian Church 20th Ave. and Franklin, Bellevue Sarpy Springfield Community Hall 104 Main St., Springfield Sarpy Gretna Fish Hatchery South of Gretna and the Ak-Sar-Ben Aquarium, in Schramm State Recreation Area Sarpy Bellevue Depot (removed in 1987) Haworth Park, Bellevue Sarpy The Great Platte Valley I-80 rest area, westbound, Melia Hill Sarpy Oto Mission U.S. 78/75, south of Bellevue Sarpy Bellevue U.S. 73/75, south of Bellevue Sarpy Fontenelle Bank - County Courthouse (replaced 51) Nebr. 370, Main and Mission Sts., northwest corner Bellevue Sarpy New Pennsylvania Cemetery 1/2 mile north of Hwy 370 near 198th St., east of Gretna Sarpy Original Union Pacific Main Line 222 N Jefferson, Papillion (Sump Library) through Papillion Saunders The Yutan Oto Indian Village Nebr. 92, just south of Yutan Saunders The Armour and Company Icehouse Memphis State Recreation Area, Memphis Saunders Saunders County County Courthouse, Wahoo Saunders The Ox-Bow Trail U.S. 6, Lincoln City Water Treatment Plant, Ashland Scotts Bluff Scottsbluff Army Airfield Scotts Bluff County Airport Scotts Bluff Map of Horse Creek Treaty Grounds U.S. 26, 3 miles southeast of Henry Scotts Bluff Fort Mitchell, 1864-1867 U.S. 92, 4 miles northwest of Jct. with Nebr. 71, west of Scottsbluff Scotts Bluff The Great Smoke U.S. 26, 3 miles southeast of Henry Scotts Bluff Rebecca Winters U.S. 26, 2 miles east of Scottsbluff Scotts Bluff The Horse Creek Treaty U.S. 26, 3 miles southeast of Henry Seward Seward, Nebraska's Fourth of July City County Courthouse, Seward Seward Tall Grass Prairie I-80 rest area, westbound, Goehner Seward Beaver Crossing, Nebraska City Park, Beaver Crossing Seward The Beaver Crossing Mill City Park, Beaver Crossing Seward The Big Blue River I-80 rest area, eastbound, Milford Seward Historic Milford Downtown City Park, 600 block of 2nd. St., Milford Seward Plum Creek Prairie U.S. 34, east edge of Seward Sheridan Camp Sheridan and Spotted Tail Agency U.S. 20, Hay Springs Sheridan Mari Sandoz, 1896-1966 Nebr. 27, 30 miles south of Gordon Sheridan Rushville Main Street Park, Rushville Sheridan Spade Ranch Nebr. 27, Ellsworth Sheridan Japanese Balloon Bombs Approximately 15 miles north of Ellsworth on Highway 27 Sheridan Antioch: Potash Boom-Town Nebr. 2, west of Antioch Sherman Dead Horse Creek Nebr. 92, southwest of Loup City Sherman Loup City Riot, 1934 County Courthouse, Loup City Sherman Austin Nebr. 58, mile 38.4, between Loup City and Rockville Sioux Fort Laramie-Fort Robinson Trail Nebr. 29, 11 miles south of Harrison Sioux Village of Harrison U.S. 20 and Kate St., Harrison Sioux Coffee Siding U.S. 20, 1 mile east of Wyoming line Sioux The Cheyenne Outbreak U.S. 20, 1 mile southwest of Fort Robinson Stanton Stanton County U.S. 275, 3 miles west of Pilger Thayer Friedensau U.S. 136, 2 miles east of Jct. Nebr. 5, near Deshler Thayer The Forty-Niner Trail Thayer County Museum, Belvidere Thayer Bruning Army Air Field Nebr. 4, mile 118.5, southeast of Bruning Thayer The Hebron CCC and POW Camps Riverside Park, Hebron Thayer Thayer County Thayer County Courthouse, Hebron Thomas The Sandhills Jct. U.S. 83/Nebr. 2, east of Thedford Thomas Village of Halsey Village park, southeast corner of HWY 2/Jewett Ave & Pearl St, Halsey Thurston Winnebago Scouts Bison Turnout, 1/2 mile north of Winnebago on Hwy. 77 Thurston Omhaha Tribe Near Community Building, Macy Thurston Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital U.S. 77, Walthill #385 Thurston Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital Northwest edge of Walthill, at the site Valley Calamus Townsite 2.5 miles north of Elyria Valley Arcadia Centennial, 1885-1985 Nebr. 70, west edge of Arcadia Valley Arcadia Congregational Church Hill and Bridge Streets, Arcadia Valley Evelyn Sharp Ord Airport, Ord Valley St. Mary's Catholic Church Nebr. 11, east edge of Elyria, Valley Fort Hartsuff State Historical Park Nebr. 11, 8 miles north of Ord Valley Fort Hartsuff, 1874-1881 Nebr. 11, southeast of Elyria Valley The Blizzard of 1888 Nebr. 70, 9 miles south of Ord Washington Congregational Church of Blair In Blair Washington Fort Atkinson U.S. 73 in Fort Calhoun Washington Steamboat Bertrand Iowa U.S. 30, DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge Washington DeSoto Townsite U.S. 73, OPPD plant north of Fort Calhoun Washington Fort Atkinson (replaced 67) Fort Atkinson State Historical Park near Fort Calhoun Washington Lewis and Clark Camp Site: July 30 - Aug 2, 1804 Fort Atkinson State Historical Park Washington Lewis and Clark Camp Site: Aug 3 - 4, 1804 YMCA, 1278 Wilbur St., Blair Washington Brewster Cemetery 2.5 miles west of U.S. 30 on County Road 26 Washington Cuming City Cemetery and Nature Preserve .5 mile west of U.S. 75 on County Road P14 Washington The Death of Marshal Suverkrubbe Hwy 75 and Washington Street, Fort Calhoun Washington Fort Calhoun Schools at Washington Square 11th and Monroe Street, Fort Calhoun Wayne Wayne Nebr. 35, at airport east of Wayne Wayne Wayne State College Benthack Hall, Wayne State College, Wayne Webster Benjamin Wagoner Memorial Cemetery 4 miles south on U.S. 281, then 3.75 miles east from Red Cloud Webster Republican Pawnee Village Nebr. 78, Guide Rock Webster Grace Episcopal Church Willa Cather Historical Center, Red Cloud Webster Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 1904-1952 8 miles north, 2 miles west, Jct. U.S. 136/Nebr. 78 Webster Willa Cather Memorial Prairie U.S. 281, 6 miles south of Red Cloud Webster Catherland (replaced 40) Jct. U.S. 281/Nebr. 4, 14 miles north of Red Cloud Webster Red Cloud, 1871-1971 U.S. 281, Red Cloud Webster School District 35, "The Killough School" 7 miles north Guide Rock on Nebr. 78, 2 miles east, 1.5 miles north Webster Cather Childhood Home Willa Cather Historical Center, Red Cloud Webster Webster County, 1871-1971 U.S. 281, Red Cloud Webster Burlington Depot Willa Cather Historical Center, Red Cloud Webster St. Juliana Falconieri Catholic Church Willa Cather Historical Center, Red Cloud Webster Cowles Consolidated School Fourth and Adams Sts., Cowles York Nebraska 4-H Clubs Began in York County York County Fairgrounds on lawn of 4-H Building, York York Henderson, Nebraska 1887-1987 City Park, 14th and Cedar Sts., Henderson York Nebraska City - Fort Kearny Cut-Off I-80 rest area, westbound, York York Henderson Mennonite Centennial 1874-1974 Henderson York Porcupine Ranch 1.5 miles north of I-80, exit 342 York Nebraska City - Fort Kearny Cut-Off I-80 rest area, eastbound, York York Bradshaw Village park, 400 Lincoln Ave., Bradshaw
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