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Original Boone County Courthouse

Organization of Boone County, Nebraska

The early settlers of Boone County had not lived in the county long before they became anxious to get the machinery of law and order into operation, and the act of the Legislature providing for the organization of Boone County was speedily taken advantage of. July 28, 1871, is the date of the first sign …

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Fourth Street, Albion, Nebraska

History of Albion Nebraska

The early history of Albion and the county are closely connected. As has been shown, the first settlements in the county were made on the town site, and since that time it has continued to be the center of trade. It was platted October 9, 1872; by Loran Clark and surveyed by George W. Newberry. …

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1887 Nebraska Map from Harper’s Common Geography

Boone County, Nebraska Biographies

Biographies can provide some interesting information of the person you are searching for, use it with care, sometimes it is not accurate. Andrews, F. P. Armstrong, James S. Berry, Joel Boardman, Manly B. Bollman, Samuel P. Bothwell, D. F. Bronson, H. M. Brown, George E. Brown, George W. Hon. Clark, Loran Sr. Clark, Luther Cressman, …

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1890s Sod House in Southern Boone County

Early History of Boone County, Nebraska

“About five years and three months ago,” said the Rev. Mr. Bollman, in his Centennial sketch, “in the spring of 1871, the first white men visited Boone County with a view to permanent residence. Previous to this time, no white man, except Government Surveyors, adventurers, explorers, or daring trappers had ever trod the flowery landscape …

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1885 Map of St. Edwards, Nebraska

History of St. Edwards, Nebraska

This enterprising village was first laid out and recorded in 1871 by the Cedar Rapids Land and Emigration Company. Settlement had been made before this in the vicinity. As has already been stated, Ed Dwyer, after leaving the early settlers of Albion in their cabin, went down the Beaver Valley to the Indian Reservation. He …

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