Brownville

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The┬ávillage of Brownville is a historic little town located in Nemaha County. The population was 132 at the 2010 census. Established in 1854, Brownville was the largest town in the Nebraska Territory, with a population of 1,309 by 1880. Brownville …

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Fort Calhoun

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Located eight miles north of Omaha on Highway 75, Fort Calhoun is situated in Washington County, with a population of 908. It overlooks the Missouri River in eastern Nebraska. Fort Calhoun is rich in history. In and around town you …

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Nebraska State Historical Markers

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Nebraska has a rich history from the early pioneer days, times of the settlers and early travel across our state. Many of our forgotten town sites, locales, people, points of interest and sites of historical value are marked by the …

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Columbus

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Columbus is the county seat of Platte County and has a population between 20,000 to 25,000. Located near the Loup River where it joins the Platte River and the Loup Canal. It is centrally located between Omaha and Lincoln to …

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