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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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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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Early Settlements in Madison County, Nebraska

The first explorers of Madison County of whom we have any account, were two Germans from Jefferson County, Wisconsin, who left their homes September 1, 1865, to look for new homes in Nebraska. They came here by way of St. Joseph, Missouri, Omaha, Elkhorn City, Fontanelle and West Point. Here they hired a team to …

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