Category: Antelope County

Antelope County, Nebraska Organization

In the year 1871, the State Legislature passed a law bounding Antelope County as follows: “Commencing at the southwest corner of Township 23 north, of Range 8 west; thence east to the southeast corner of Township 23 north,...

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Antelope County, Nebraska Early Settlements

The first pre-emption claim made in Antelope County was by George St. Clair, commonly known as “Ponca George,” a man of Canadian French descent. His claim was No. 941, in the Dakota Land District. The date of...

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Geology of Antelope County, Nebraska

The immediate surface soil of three-quarters of the area of Antelope county is a dark clay loam, the remaining one quarter varying from a rich, sandy loam to a worthless yellow sand. The bottomlands are alluvium and modified...

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Biographies of Antelope County, Nebraska

Biographies can provide some interesting information of the person you are searching for, use it with care, sometimes it is not accurate. Admire, B. F. Huntington, Charles F. Hurford, O. P. Johnson, Albert King, S. S. Kryger,...

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AHGP - American History & Genealogy Project The American History & Genealogy Project (AHGP) is a group of like-minded individuals committed to providing free access to American genealogical and historical information online. Organized by locations, volunteers host states, counties, and sometimes town or city websites specializing in their areas of interest. Come join us today!

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This county is part of the Nebraska AHGP. Our names are Dennis Partridge and Judy White, and we are the county coordinators. If you have information about this county you would like to place online, then please contact us using the contact form on this website.

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