Category Archives: Marker Monday

Marker Monday: Massacre Canyon

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location U.S. 34, Trenton, Hitchcock County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 40.206898, -100.9643 Marker Text The adjacent stone monument erected in 1930 was first … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: First Presbyterian Church of St. Paul

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. Location 901-999 8th St, St Paul, Howard County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 41.214554, -98.45951 Marker Text The congregation was organized in 1879, eight … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: The University of Nebraska

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location Stadium Dr, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 40.818317, -96.70536 Marker Text Chartered as a Land-Grant institution by … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: First Site of Bethel Lutheran Church and Cemetery, June 1879

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. Location Rural R Rd, Holdrege, Phelps County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 40.447361, -99.30399 Marker Text Thirty Swedish settlers in Harlan and Phelps counties … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: Antioch Potash Boom-Town

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. Location Rural Nebraska 2, Ellsworth, Sheridan County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 42.069229, -102.5949 Marker Text For a few years, the Antioch vicinity was … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: Village of Harrison

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location 260-410 5th St, Harrison, Sioux County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 42.691228, -103.8810 Marker Text A railroad camp named Summit (elev. 4876 ft.) … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: Republican Pawnee Village

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location State St, Guide Rock, Webster County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 40.074929, -98.33088 Marker Text Near here was a large permanent village of … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: Ainsworth Army Air Field

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.    Location U.S. 20, Johnstown, Brown County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 42.560395, -100.0034 Marker Text Ainsworth Army Air Field, completed on November 30, … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: Alliance Army Air Field

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location Perkins Rd, Rural, Alliance County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 42.091251, -102.8180 Marker Text In the spring of 1942 the U.S. Army selected … Continue reading

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Marker Monday: The Neligh Mills

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers.  Location E 2nd St, Neligh, Antelope County, Nebraska View this marker’s location 42.126537, -98.03115 Marker Text The Neligh Mills, built from locally fired brick … Continue reading

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