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National Register of Historic Places listings in Nebraska

This is a list of 1,067 properties and districts in Nebraska that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Of these, 20 are National Historic Landmarks. There are listings in 89 of the state's 93 counties.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted May 29, 2015.[1]

Contents

Current listings by county

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County # of Sites
1 Adams 18
2 Antelope 10
3 Arthur 2
4 Banner 1
5 Blaine 0
6 Boone 5
7 Box Butte 4
8 Boyd 6
9 Brown 1
10 Buffalo 18
11 Burt 11
12 Butler 13
13 Cass 26
14 Cedar 13
15 Chase 7
16 Cherry 13
17 Cheyenne 11
18 Clay 7
19 Colfax 11
20 Cuming 3
21 Custer 14
22 Dakota 5
23 Dawes 15
24 Dawson 8
25 Deuel 5
26 Dixon 5
27 Dodge 22
28 Douglas 165
29 Dundy 1
30 Fillmore 19
31 Franklin 7
32 Frontier 2
33 Furnas 2
34 Gage 28
35 Garden 6
36 Garfield 4
37 Gosper 1
38 Grant 1
39 Greeley 6
40 Hall 23
41 Hamilton 6
43 Harlan 3
43 Hayes 3
44 Hitchcock 4
45 Holt 8
46 Hooker 3
47 Howard 6
48 Jefferson 14
49 Johnson 5
50 Kearney 8
51 Keith 12
52 Keya Paha 3
53 Kimball 4
54 Knox 15
55 Lancaster 100
56 Lincoln 9
57 Logan 0
58 Loup 2
59 Madison 10
60 McPherson 0
61 Merrick 8
62 Morrill 8
63 Nance 11
64 Nemaha 13
65 Nuckolls 7
66 Otoe 26
67 Pawnee 15
68 Perkins 3
69 Phelps 5
70 Pierce 5
71 Platte 22
72 Polk 6
73 Red Willow 8
74 Richardson 13
75 Rock 3
76 Saline 19
77 Sarpy 20
79 Saunders 20
79 Scotts Bluff 21
80 Seward 9
81 Sheridan 10
82 Sherman 5
83 Sioux 7
84 Stanton 0
85 Thayer 3
86 Thomas 1
87 Thurston 6
88 Valley 7
89 Washington 13
90 Wayne 5
91 Webster 36
92 Wheeler 2
93 York 5
(duplicates) (9)[2]
TOTAL 1,067

Adams County

Antelope County

Arthur County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 First Arthur County Courthouse and Jail
January 10, 1990
(#89002241)
Marshall St. between Fir and Elm Sts.
41°34′12″N 101°41′25″W / 41.57°N 101.690278°W / 41.57; -101.690278 (First Arthur County Courthouse and Jail){{#coordinates:41.57|-101.690278
name=First Arthur County Courthouse and Jail

}} <td class="locality">Arthur</td>

Spartan wood-frame county courthouse (1914) and jail (1915), the first government buildings erected in the newly formed Arthur County.[6]
2 Pilgrim Holiness Church
June 18, 1979
(#79001434)
Off Nebraska Highway 61
41°34′15″N 101°41′18″W / 41.570833°N 101.688333°W / 41.570833; -101.688333 (Pilgrim Holiness Church){{#coordinates:41.570833|-101.688333
name=Pilgrim Holiness Church

}} <td class="locality">Arthur</td>

1928 church built of baled hay, a widely used construction material in the Sandhills due to the lack of basic alternatives like timber or sod.[7]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 C.C. Hampton Homestead
December 13, 1984
(#84000501)
2170 County Road 40[8]
41°40′14″N 103°51′24″W / 41.670447°N 103.856675°W / 41.670447; -103.856675 (C.C. Hampton Homestead){{#coordinates:41.670447|-103.856675
name=C.C. Hampton Homestead

}} <td class="locality">Harrisburg</td>

1887–1902 homestead of a farmer who promoted water conservation and Aermotor windmills, helping region diversify from ranching into farming. Also known as "Warner Ranch".[9]

Blaine County

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Blaine County.

Boone County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Cedar Rapids City Hall and Library
July 1, 1994
(#94000654)
423 W. Main St.
41°33′35″N 98°08′56″W / 41.559764°N 98.148862°W / 41.559764; -98.148862 (Cedar Rapids City Hall and Library){{#coordinates:41.559764|-98.148862
name=Cedar Rapids City Hall and Library

}} <td class="locality">Cedar Rapids</td>

1913 multi-function municipal hall featuring Italian Renaissance Revival architecture.[10]
2 Petersburg Jail
March 15, 2005
(#05000154)
Main St. and 2nd St.
41°51′15″N 98°04′47″W / 41.854139°N 98.079821°W / 41.854139; -98.079821 (Petersburg Jail){{#coordinates:41.854139|-98.079821
name=Petersburg Jail

}} <td class="locality">Petersburg</td>

1902 brick jail, Petersburg's first freestanding municipal structure, reflecting an early interest in public safety.[11]
3 St. Anthony's Church and School
March 9, 2000
(#00000172)
514 W. Main St. and 103 N 6th St.
41°33′37″N 98°09′05″W / 41.560374°N 98.151276°W / 41.560374; -98.151276 (St. Anthony's Church and School){{#coordinates:41.560374|-98.151276
name=St. Anthony's Church and School

}} <td class="locality">Cedar Rapids</td>

1911 Georgian Revival Catholic school and 1918 Romanesque Revival church.[12]
4 St. Bonaventure Church Complex
October 19, 1982
(#82000598)
Off Nebraska Highway 14
41°53′44″N 98°03′06″W / 41.895556°N 98.051667°W / 41.895556; -98.051667 (St. Bonaventure Church Complex){{#coordinates:41.895556|-98.051667
name=St. Bonaventure Church Complex

}} <td class="locality">Raeville</td>

German-Catholic religious complex comprising a 1910 three-story school, 1917 Romanesque Revival church, 1920 Colonial Revival rectory, parish hall, cemetery, and orchard.[13]
5 US Post Office-Albion
May 11, 1992
(#92000475)
310 W. Church St.
41°41′32″N 98°00′01″W / 41.69212°N 98.000205°W / 41.69212; -98.000205 (US Post Office-Albion){{#coordinates:41.69212|-98.000205
name=US Post Office-Albion

}} <td class="locality">Albion</td>

One of 12 Nebraska post offices featuring a Section of Fine Arts mural, "Nebraska in Winter" (1939) by Jenne Magafan.[14]

Box Butte County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Alliance Commercial Historic District
March 21, 2007
(#07000180)
Roughly along Box Butte Ave.
42°05′53″N 102°52′15″W / 42.098191°N 102.870736°W / 42.098191; -102.870736 (Alliance Commercial Historic District){{#coordinates:42.098191|-102.870736
name=Alliance Commercial Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Alliance</td>

Commercial district with 44 contributing buildings dating back as far as 1893.[15]
2 Box Butte County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002212)
Box Butte Ave. between E. 5th and 6th Sts.
42°05′59″N 102°52′13″W / 42.099675°N 102.870156°W / 42.099675; -102.870156 (Box Butte County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.099675|-102.870156
name=Box Butte County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Alliance</td>

1913 brick Beaux-Arts courthouse.[16] Also a contributing property to the Alliance Commercial Historic District.[15]
3 City of Alliance Central Park Fountain
November 28, 1990
(#90001772)
Junction of 10th St. and Niobrara Ave.
42°06′18″N 102°52′09″W / 42.104945°N 102.869056°W / 42.104945; -102.869056 (City of Alliance Central Park Fountain){{#coordinates:42.104945|-102.869056
name=City of Alliance Central Park Fountain

}} <td class="locality">Alliance</td>

1935 fountain with colored lights and timers, produced by General Electric and built with Works Progress Administration assistance.[17]
4 Running Water Stage Station Site Upload image
February 20, 1975
(#75001089)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Marsland</td>

Site of a waystation on the Sidney Black Hills Stage Road, in operation 1874 to the mid-1880s.[18]

Boyd County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Lynch Archeological Site Upload image
December 2, 1974
(#74001101)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Lynch</td>

Site of a large earth lodge village occupied 1450–1550 CE, a rare Nebraskan example of a type mostly found in South Dakota.[19]
2 Ponca Agency Upload image
July 12, 2006
(#06000554)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Niobrara</td>

Site of the federal agency that administered the Ponca Reservation from 1859–1877, listed for its possible archaeological evidence of a major transitional time in Ponca history.[19]
3 Ponca Creek Bridge Upload image
June 29, 1992
(#92000769)
County road over Ponca Creek, 3 miles east of Lynch
42°49′27″N 98°24′25″W / 42.82422°N 98.406896°W / 42.82422; -98.406896 (Ponca Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:42.82422|-98.406896
name=Ponca Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Lynch</td>

1904 Pratt pony truss bridge designed by the Lackawanna Steel Company, the oldest road bridge on its original site in Boyd County.[20]
4 SS Peter & Paul Catholic School
January 7, 1992
(#91001751)
Southeastern corner of the junction of 2nd and Broadway Sts.
42°54′54″N 98°51′10″W / 42.915013°N 98.852841°W / 42.915013; -98.852841 (SS Peter & Paul Catholic School){{#coordinates:42.915013|-98.852841
name=SS Peter & Paul Catholic School

}} <td class="locality">Butte</td>

1909 parochial school designed by William L. Steele, a typical example of such schools built in many Catholic communities of Nebraska in the early 20th century.[21]
5 The Tower
December 29, 2004
(#04001413)
East of Gross, near the Missouri River[22]
42°56′09″N 98°28′41″W / 42.935809°N 98.478058°W / 42.935809; -98.478058 (The Tower){{#coordinates:42.935809|-98.478058
name=The Tower

}} <td class="locality">Lynch</td>

Also called Old Baldy, a Script error: No such module "convert". unvegetated hill where the Lewis and Clark Expedition made the first scientific descriptions of the geologically unusual landmark and of prairie dogs, on September 7, 1804.[23]
6 White Horse Ranch
July 5, 1990
(#90000984)
Southeast of Naper between the Keya Paha and Niobrara Rivers
42°52′30″N 99°03′34″W / 42.875095°N 99.059494°W / 42.875095; -99.059494 (White Horse Ranch){{#coordinates:42.875095|-99.059494
name=White Horse Ranch

}} <td class="locality">Naper</td>

1936 ranch where the American Albino color breed of horses originated, now the American creme and white horse registry.[24]

Brown County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Miller Hotel
November 27, 1989
(#89002041)
199 W. 3rd St.[25]
42°32′02″N 99°42′07″W / 42.534025°N 99.701879°W / 42.534025; -99.701879 (Miller Hotel){{#coordinates:42.534025|-99.701879
name=Miller Hotel

}} <td class="locality">Long Pine</td>

1895 house expanded into a hotel in 1914—when Long Pine boomed as a major railroad terminus—exhibiting an old-fashioned "longitudinal block" layout more typical of Nebraska's earliest hotels.[26] Now a local history museum.[27]

Buffalo County

Burt County

Butler County

Cass County

Cedar County

Chase County

Cherry County

Cheyenne County

Clay County

Colfax County

Cuming County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 John G. Neihardt Study
July 28, 1970
(#70000369)
Northwestern corner of Washington and Grove Sts.
42°00′40″N 96°34′39″W / 42.011233°N 96.577473°W / 42.011233; -96.577473 (John G. Neihardt Study){{#coordinates:42.011233|-96.577473
name=John G. Neihardt Study

}} <td class="locality">Bancroft</td>

Freestanding office of Nebraska Poet Laureate John Neihardt from 1911 to 1920. Now a state historic site.[28]
2 Rattlesnake Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000743)
County road over Rattlesnake Creek, 2.8 miles northwest of Bancroft
42°02′39″N 96°36′49″W / 42.044272°N 96.613588°W / 42.044272; -96.613588 (Rattlesnake Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:42.044272|-96.613588
name=Rattlesnake Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Bancroft</td>

1903 steel Pratt half-hip pony truss bridge, oldest known example of a type designed by the Standard Bridge Company of Omaha and built throughout eastern Nebraska.[29]
3 West Point City Auditorium
November 10, 2009
(#09000904)
237 N. Main St.
41°50′31″N 96°42′45″W / 41.841861°N 96.712417°W / 41.841861; -96.712417 (West Point City Auditorium){{#coordinates:41.841861|-96.712417
name=West Point City Auditorium

}} <td class="locality">West Point</td>

1911 auditorium significant as a local venue for performing arts and community events, financed by local donations and ultimately purchased by the city in 1945.[30]

Custer County

Dakota County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Ben Bonderson Farm
November 8, 2006
(#06000993)
1541 270th St.
42°16′45″N 96°38′30″W / 42.279167°N 96.641667°W / 42.279167; -96.641667 (Ben Bonderson Farm){{#coordinates:42.279167|-96.641667
name=Ben Bonderson Farm

}} <td class="locality">Emerson</td>

Well-preserved family farm with eight buildings and two structures dating back to 1883.[31]
2 Emmanuel Lutheran Church
October 15, 1969
(#69000129)
1500 Hickory St.
42°24′45″N 96°25′04″W / 42.41254°N 96.4177°W / 42.41254; -96.4177 (Emmanuel Lutheran Church){{#coordinates:42.41254|-96.4177
name=Emmanuel Lutheran Church

}} <td class="locality">Dakota City</td>

One of Nebraska's oldest known churches, built in 1860 as the state's first Lutheran house of worship and one of its only Greek Revival churches of any denomination.[32]
3 Homer Site
August 14, 1973
(#73001058)
Junction of U.S. Route 77 and Omaha Creek, northeast of Homer[33]
42°19′44″N 96°28′48″W / 42.328889°N 96.480000°W / 42.328889; -96.480000 (Homer Site){{#coordinates:42.328889|-96.480000
name=Homer Site

}} <td class="locality">Homer</td>

Site of Ton-won-tonga, the principal village of the Omaha people, occupied on and off from 1775 to 1845, bastion of indigenous control over trade on the Upper Missouri River.[34]
4 Meisch House
March 13, 1986
(#86000387)
213 17th St.
42°28′26″N 96°24′54″W / 42.47386°N 96.415088°W / 42.47386; -96.415088 (Meisch House){{#coordinates:42.47386|-96.415088
name=Meisch House

}} <td class="locality">South Sioux City</td>

1888 brick house, a notable example of the widely used American Foursquare design.[35]
5 Cornelius O'Connor House
November 23, 1977
(#77000826)
F Ave. and Blyburg Rd.[36]
42°18′40″N 96°27′45″W / 42.311224°N 96.462581°W / 42.311224; -96.462581 (Cornelius O'Connor House){{#coordinates:42.311224|-96.462581
name=Cornelius O'Connor House

}} <td class="locality">Homer</td>

c. 1875 Italianate house of a carpenter, with interior woodwork done by O'Connor in dark walnut.[37]

Dawes County

Dawson County

Deuel County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Deuel County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002239)
718 3rd St.
41°05′38″N 102°28′19″W / 41.093943°N 102.471907°W / 41.093943; -102.471907 (Deuel County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.093943|-102.471907
name=Deuel County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Chappell</td>

1915 brick Classical Revival courthouse designed by John J. Huddart.[38]
2 Menter Farmstead
December 7, 2011
(#11000886)
1270 North Fork Rd.
41°05′00″N 102°05′40″W / 41.0833°N 102.0944°W / 41.0833; -102.0944 (Menter Farmstead){{#coordinates:41.0833|-102.0944
name=Menter Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">Big Springs vicinity</td>

Farmstead built 1919–1928 during a regional agricultural boom sparked by winter wheat demand in World War I, and reflecting increased mechanization with its grain elevator and concrete block construction.[39]
3 Phelps Hotel
October 15, 1970
(#70000370)
Northeastern corner of 2nd and Pine Sts.
41°03′47″N 102°04′28″W / 41.063114°N 102.074372°W / 41.063114; -102.074372 (Phelps Hotel){{#coordinates:41.063114|-102.074372
name=Phelps Hotel

}} <td class="locality">Big Springs</td>

1885 frame hotel, the most notable 19th-century building in Deuel County.[40]
4 Fred and Minnie Meyer Sudman House
December 6, 1990
(#90001770)
490 Vincent Ave.
41°05′44″N 102°28′19″W / 41.095467°N 102.472009°W / 41.095467; -102.472009 (Fred and Minnie Meyer Sudman House){{#coordinates:41.095467|-102.472009
name=Fred and Minnie Meyer Sudman House

}} <td class="locality">Chappell</td>

1911 frame house whose vernacular architecture atypically incorporates elements from Renaissance style.[41]
5 Wallace W. Waterman Sod House
February 17, 1995
(#95000096)
Day Rd., 9 miles north of Big Springs
41°11′22″N 102°04′25″W / 41.189444°N 102.073611°W / 41.189444; -102.073611 (Wallace W. Waterman Sod House){{#coordinates:41.189444|-102.073611
name=Wallace W. Waterman Sod House

}} <td class="locality">Big Springs</td>

Dixon County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Cook Blacksmith Shop
December 27, 1974
(#74001106)
204 3rd St.
42°33′45″N 96°42′27″W / 42.5625°N 96.7075°W / 42.5625; -96.7075 (Cook Blacksmith Shop){{#coordinates:42.5625|-96.7075
name=Cook Blacksmith Shop

}} <td class="locality">Ponca</td>

2 Dixon County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002247)
3rd and Iowa Sts.
42°33′46″N 96°42′32″W / 42.562778°N 96.708889°W / 42.562778; -96.708889 (Dixon County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.562778|-96.708889
name=Dixon County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Ponca</td>

3 Indian Hill Archeological District Upload image
July 6, 1984
(#84002460)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">New Castle</td>

4 Ponca Historic District
May 18, 1979
(#79001438)
Roughly bounded by East, Court, 2nd, and 3rd Sts.
42°33′51″N 96°42′27″W / 42.564167°N 96.7075°W / 42.564167; -96.7075 (Ponca Historic District){{#coordinates:42.564167|-96.7075
name=Ponca Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Ponca</td>

5 Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Salem Church
February 1, 1983
(#83001088)
Off Nebraska Highway 35
42°16′02″N 96°51′46″W / 42.267222°N 96.862778°W / 42.267222; -96.862778 (Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Salem Church){{#coordinates:42.267222|-96.862778
name=Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Salem Church

}} <td class="locality">Wakefield</td>

Dodge County

Douglas County

Dundy County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Dundy County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002237)
W. 7th Ave. and Chief St.
40°03′02″N 101°31′59″W / 40.050556°N 101.533056°W / 40.050556; -101.533056 (Dundy County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.050556|-101.533056
name=Dundy County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Benkelman</td>

Fillmore County

Franklin County

Frontier County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Mowry Bluff Archeological Site
July 12, 1974
(#74001115)
Western side of Medicine Creek, immediately east of the center of Section 25, Township 5 North, Range 26 West[42]
40°22′19″N 100°13′26″W / 40.371859°N 100.223927°W / 40.371859; -100.223927 (Mowry Bluff Archeological Site){{#coordinates:40.371859|-100.223927
name=Mowry Bluff Archeological Site

}} <td class="locality">Cambridge</td>

2 Red Smoke Archeological Site Upload image
October 1, 1974
(#74001116)
Along Lime Creek immediately southeast of the center of Section 15, Township 5 North, Range 26 West[43]
40°23′58″N 100°15′35″W / 40.399444°N 100.259722°W / 40.399444; -100.259722 (Red Smoke Archeological Site){{#coordinates:40.399444|-100.259722
name=Red Smoke Archeological Site

}} <td class="locality">Stockville</td>

Furnas County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Cambridge State Aid Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000763)
Nebraska Highway 47 over the Republican River, 0.6 miles south of Cambridge
40°16′25″N 100°09′56″W / 40.273611°N 100.165556°W / 40.273611; -100.165556 (Cambridge State Aid Bridge){{#coordinates:40.273611|-100.165556
name=Cambridge State Aid Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Cambridge</td>

2 W. H. Faling House
November 22, 1999
(#99001388)
606 Parker St.
40°16′57″N 100°10′07″W / 40.2825°N 100.168611°W / 40.2825; -100.168611 (W. H. Faling House){{#coordinates:40.2825|-100.168611
name=W. H. Faling House

}} <td class="locality">Cambridge</td>

Gage County

Garden County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Ash Hollow Cave
October 15, 1966
(#66000445)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Lewellen</td>

2 Ash Hollow Historic District
August 6, 1975
(#75001093)
Southwest of Lewellen along U.S. Route 26
41°16′53″N 102°06′27″W / 41.281389°N 102.1075°W / 41.281389; -102.1075 (Ash Hollow Historic District){{#coordinates:41.281389|-102.1075
name=Ash Hollow Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Lewellen</td>

3 Garden County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002231)
F and Main Sts.
41°24′30″N 102°20′37″W / 41.408333°N 102.343611°W / 41.408333; -102.343611 (Garden County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.408333|-102.343611
name=Garden County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Oshkosh</td>

4 Lewellen State Aid Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000756)
County road over the North Platte River, 1 mile south of Lewellen
41°19′03″N 102°08′34″W / 41.3175°N 102.142778°W / 41.3175; -102.142778 (Lewellen State Aid Bridge){{#coordinates:41.3175|-102.142778
name=Lewellen State Aid Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Lewellen</td>

5 Lisco State Aid Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000757)
County road over the North Platte River, 0.6 miles south of Lisco
41°29′22″N 102°37′30″W / 41.489444°N 102.625°W / 41.489444; -102.625 (Lisco State Aid Bridge){{#coordinates:41.489444|-102.625
name=Lisco State Aid Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Lisco</td>

6 Rackett Grange Hall No. 318
July 5, 2001
(#01000713)
9250 Road 193
41°39′53″N 102°12′16″W / 41.664722°N 102.204444°W / 41.664722; -102.204444 (Rackett Grange Hall No. 318){{#coordinates:41.664722|-102.204444
name=Rackett Grange Hall No. 318

}} <td class="locality">Lewellen</td>

Garfield County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Burwell Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000715)
Nebraska Highway 11 over the North Loup River
41°46′04″N 99°07′31″W / 41.767778°N 99.125278°W / 41.767778; -99.125278 (Burwell Bridge){{#coordinates:41.767778|-99.125278
name=Burwell Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Burwell</td>

2 Burwell Carnegie Library
July 11, 2006
(#06000557)
110 S. 7th Ave.
41°46′55″N 99°07′58″W / 41.781944°N 99.132778°W / 41.781944; -99.132778 (Burwell Carnegie Library){{#coordinates:41.781944|-99.132778
name=Burwell Carnegie Library

}} <td class="locality">Burwell</td>

3 Garfield County Frontier Fairgrounds
May 9, 1985
(#85001005)
Off Nebraska Highway 91
41°46′31″N 99°07′23″W / 41.775278°N 99.123056°W / 41.775278; -99.123056 (Garfield County Frontier Fairgrounds){{#coordinates:41.775278|-99.123056
name=Garfield County Frontier Fairgrounds

}} <td class="locality">Burwell</td>

4 Hub Building
July 12, 2006
(#06000558)
180 Grand Ave.
42°35′07″N 99°32′16″W / 42.585278°N 99.537778°W / 42.585278; -99.537778 (Hub Building){{#coordinates:42.585278|-99.537778
name=Hub Building

}} <td class="locality">Burwell</td>

Gosper County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Gosper County Courthouse
July 5, 1990
(#90000961)
507 Smith Ave.
40°35′16″N 99°51′38″W / 40.587778°N 99.860556°W / 40.587778; -99.860556 (Gosper County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.587778|-99.860556
name=Gosper County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Elwood</td>

Grant County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Hotel DeFair
October 29, 1976
(#76001132)
Nebraska Highway 2 and Main St.
42°00′03″N 101°45′43″W / 42.000833°N 101.761944°W / 42.000833; -101.761944 (Hotel DeFair){{#coordinates:42.000833|-101.761944
name=Hotel DeFair

}} <td class="locality">Hyannis</td>

Greeley County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary
February 23, 1984
(#84002472)
Off Nebraska Highway 56
41°30′41″N 98°28′16″W / 41.511389°N 98.471111°W / 41.511389; -98.471111 (Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary){{#coordinates:41.511389|-98.471111
name=Church of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

}} <td class="locality">O'Connor</td>

2 First Presbyterian Church
April 14, 2004
(#04000292)
260 S. Pine St.
41°41′13″N 98°21′31″W / 41.686944°N 98.358611°W / 41.686944; -98.358611 (First Presbyterian Church){{#coordinates:41.686944|-98.358611
name=First Presbyterian Church

}} <td class="locality">Spalding</td>

3 Greeley County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002228)
Kildare St.
41°32′53″N 98°31′47″W / 41.548056°N 98.529722°W / 41.548056; -98.529722 (Greeley County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.548056|-98.529722
name=Greeley County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Greeley Center</td>

4 Scotia Chalk Building
October 11, 1979
(#79003686)
Off Nebraska Highway 22
41°27′54″N 98°42′09″W / 41.465°N 98.7025°W / 41.465; -98.7025 (Scotia Chalk Building){{#coordinates:41.465|-98.7025
name=Scotia Chalk Building

}} <td class="locality">Scotia</td>

5 Spalding Power Plant and Dam
December 31, 1998
(#98001569)
10 County Rd.
41°40′54″N 98°21′37″W / 41.681667°N 98.360278°W / 41.681667; -98.360278 (Spalding Power Plant and Dam){{#coordinates:41.681667|-98.360278
name=Spalding Power Plant and Dam

}} <td class="locality">Spalding</td>

6 St. Michael's Catholic Church Complex
December 15, 1983
(#83003990)
Northeast of Greeley Center
41°41′25″N 98°21′46″W / 41.690278°N 98.362778°W / 41.690278; -98.362778 (St. Michael's Catholic Church Complex){{#coordinates:41.690278|-98.362778
name=St. Michael's Catholic Church Complex

}} <td class="locality">Spalding</td>

Hall County

Hamilton County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Hamilton County Courthouse
July 29, 1985
(#85001665)
Courthouse Sq.
40°52′04″N 98°00′06″W / 40.867778°N 98.001667°W / 40.867778; -98.001667 (Hamilton County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.867778|-98.001667
name=Hamilton County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

2 IOOF Opera House
September 28, 1988
(#88000952)
N. 3rd and B Sts.
40°52′46″N 97°53′09″W / 40.879444°N 97.885833°W / 40.879444; -97.885833 (IOOF Opera House){{#coordinates:40.879444|-97.885833
name=IOOF Opera House

}} <td class="locality">Hampton</td>

3 St. Johannes Danske Lutherske Kirke
November 13, 1992
(#92001570)
2170 N. T Rd.
41°00′00″N 97°56′21″W / 41.0°N 97.939167°W / 41.0; -97.939167 (St. Johannes Danske Lutherske Kirke){{#coordinates:41.0|-97.939167
name=St. Johannes Danske Lutherske Kirke

}} <td class="locality">Marquette</td>

4 Streeter-Peterson House
November 29, 1991
(#91001754)
1121 9th St.
40°52′05″N 98°00′24″W / 40.868056°N 98.006667°W / 40.868056; -98.006667 (Streeter-Peterson House){{#coordinates:40.868056|-98.006667
name=Streeter-Peterson House

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

5 Temple Craft Building
November 12, 2014
(#14000916)
1127-1131 12th St.
40°52′06″N 98°00′12″W / 40.868248°N 98.003423°W / 40.868248; -98.003423 (Temple Craft Building){{#coordinates:40.868248|-98.003423
name=Temple Craft Building

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

6 United Brethren Church
December 3, 2008
(#08001133)
1103 K St.
40°51′58″N 98°00′15″W / 40.86617°N 98.0041°W / 40.86617; -98.0041 (United Brethren Church){{#coordinates:40.86617|-98.0041
name=United Brethren Church

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed<th width = 10% style="background-color: #A8EDEF">Date removed</th> Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Summary
1 Kathleen Hearn Building Upload image
August 1, 1984
(#84002480)
<td>
July 14, 2011
</td>
10th and O Sts.
40°52′13″N 98°00′22″W / 40.8703°N 98.0061°W / 40.8703; -98.0061 (Kathleen Hearn Building){{#coordinates:40.8703|-98.0061
name=Kathleen Hearn Building

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

2 Royal Highlanders Building
September 12, 1985
(#85002144)
<td>
July 14, 2011
</td>
1235 M St.
40°52′08″N 98°00′04″W / 40.8689°N 98.0011°W / 40.8689; -98.0011 (Royal Highlanders Building){{#coordinates:40.8689|-98.0011
name=Royal Highlanders Building

}} <td class="locality">Aurora</td>

Damaged by fire July 10, 2008[44] and subsequently demolished.[45]

Harlan County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Alma City Auditorium and Sale Barn
July 11, 2014
(#14000395)
800 block West Main Street[46]
40°05′50″N 99°21′50″W / 40.097156°N 99.363989°W / 40.097156; -99.363989 (Alma City Auditorium and Sale Barn){{#coordinates:40.097156|-99.363989
name=Alma City Auditorium and Sale Barn

}} <td class="locality">Alma</td>

1 Prairie Dog Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000712)
Township road over Prairie Dog Creek, 8.5 miles south and 1 mile west of Orleans
40°00′16″N 99°28′48″W / 40.004444°N 99.48°W / 40.004444; -99.48 (Prairie Dog Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:40.004444|-99.48
name=Prairie Dog Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Orleans</td>

2 Sappa Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000713)
County road over Sappa Creek, 2 miles east of Stamford
40°07′53″N 99°33′17″W / 40.131389°N 99.554722°W / 40.131389; -99.554722 (Sappa Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:40.131389|-99.554722
name=Sappa Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Stamford</td>

3 Turkey Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000711)
County road over Turkey Creek, 2 miles west and 1 mile south of Ragan
40°17′33″N 99°19′57″W / 40.2925°N 99.3325°W / 40.2925; -99.3325 (Turkey Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:40.2925|-99.3325
name=Turkey Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Ragan</td>

Hayes County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 J.M. Daniel House
May 30, 1985
(#85001169)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Hamlet</td>

2 J.M. Daniel School-District No. 3
May 30, 1985
(#85001170)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Hamlet</td>

3 St. John's Evangelical Lutheran German Church and Cemetery
May 16, 1985
(#85001069)
Northeast of Hayes Center[47]
40°34′10″N 100°50′23″W / 40.5694°N 100.8397°W / 40.5694; -100.8397 (St. John's Evangelical Lutheran German Church and Cemetery){{#coordinates:40.5694|-100.8397
name=St. John's Evangelical Lutheran German Church and Cemetery

}} <td class="locality">Hayes Center</td>

Hitchcock County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000714)
County road over an intermittent stream, 2 miles east of Stratton
40°09′07″N 101°11′29″W / 40.151944°N 101.191389°W / 40.151944; -101.191389 (Bridge){{#coordinates:40.151944|-101.191389
name=Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Stratton</td>

2 Massacre Canyon Battlefield
July 25, 1974
(#74001118)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Trenton</td>

3 St. Paul's Methodist Protestant Church
January 25, 1979
(#79001446)
South of Culbertson on Nebraska Highway 17
40°06′52″N 100°48′55″W / 40.114444°N 100.815278°W / 40.114444; -100.815278 (St. Paul's Methodist Protestant Church){{#coordinates:40.114444|-100.815278
name=St. Paul's Methodist Protestant Church

}} <td class="locality">Culbertson</td>

4 Weyl Service Station
July 11, 2002
(#02000768)
124 E. D St.
40°10′32″N 101°00′41″W / 40.175556°N 101.011389°W / 40.175556; -101.011389 (Weyl Service Station){{#coordinates:40.175556|-101.011389
name=Weyl Service Station

}} <td class="locality">Trenton</td>

Holt County

Hooker County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Hooker County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002218)
Cleveland Ave. between Railroad and 1st Sts.
42°02′33″N 101°02′43″W / 42.042500°N 101.045278°W / 42.042500; -101.045278 (Hooker County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.042500|-101.045278
name=Hooker County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Mullen</td>

2 Humphrey Archeological Site Upload image
January 21, 1974
(#74001122)
South bank of the Middle Loup River, Script error: No such module "convert". east of Mullen[48]
42°03′07″N 100°56′58″W / 42.051944°N 100.949444°W / 42.051944; -100.949444 (Humphrey Archeological Site){{#coordinates:42.051944|-100.949444
name=Humphrey Archeological Site

}} <td class="locality">Mullen</td>

3 Kelso Site Upload image
January 21, 1974
(#74001123)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Mullen</td>

Howard County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Columbia Hall
July 22, 2005
(#05000724)
Junction of Nebraska Highway 58 and W. Roger Wetsch Ave.
41°07′06″N 98°32′50″W / 41.118333°N 98.547222°W / 41.118333; -98.547222 (Columbia Hall){{#coordinates:41.118333|-98.547222
name=Columbia Hall

}} <td class="locality">Dannebrog</td>

2 Coufal Site Upload image
October 15, 1966
(#66000446)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Cotesfield</td>

3 Dannevirke Danish Lutheran Church and Community Hall
June 25, 1999
(#99000750)
Dannervirke Rd. and Wausa
41°19′19″N 98°42′29″W / 41.321944°N 98.708056°W / 41.321944; -98.708056 (Dannevirke Danish Lutheran Church and Community Hall){{#coordinates:41.321944|-98.708056
name=Dannevirke Danish Lutheran Church and Community Hall

}} <td class="locality">Elba</td>

4 Howard County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002233)
Indian St. between 6th and 7th Sts.
41°12′54″N 98°27′26″W / 41.215°N 98.457222°W / 41.215; -98.457222 (Howard County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.215|-98.457222
name=Howard County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">St. Paul</td>

5 Palmer Site
October 15, 1966
(#66000447)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Palmer</td>

Extends into Merrick County
6 St. Peder's Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke
March 21, 2007
(#07000177)
1796 7th Ave.
41°08′05″N 98°36′48″W / 41.134722°N 98.613333°W / 41.134722; -98.613333 (St. Peder's Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke){{#coordinates:41.134722|-98.613333
name=St. Peder's Dansk Evangelical Lutheran Kirke

}} <td class="locality">Nysted</td>

Jefferson County

Johnson County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Johnson County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002246)
Courthouse Sq.
40°22′02″N 96°11′41″W / 40.367222°N 96.194722°W / 40.367222; -96.194722 (Johnson County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.367222|-96.194722
name=Johnson County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Tecumseh</td>

2 Keim Stone Arch Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000710)
County road 624 Av over an unnamed stream just south of 729 Rd,[49] 3 miles east and 1 mile north of Tecumseh
40°23′32″N 96°07′22″W / 40.392222°N 96.122778°W / 40.392222; -96.122778 (Keim Stone Arch Bridge){{#coordinates:40.392222|-96.122778
name=Keim Stone Arch Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Tecumseh</td>

3 Tecumseh Historic District
June 20, 1975
(#75001095)
Irregular pattern roughly bounded by Atchison and Nebraska railroad tracks, 9th and Washington Sts., and U.S. Route 136
40°22′16″N 96°11′33″W / 40.371111°N 96.1925°W / 40.371111; -96.1925 (Tecumseh Historic District){{#coordinates:40.371111|-96.1925
name=Tecumseh Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Tecumseh</td>

4 Tecumseh Opera House
September 28, 1988
(#88000929)
123 S. 3rd
40°22′04″N 96°11′46″W / 40.36768°N 96.19607°W / 40.36768; -96.19607 (Tecumseh Opera House){{#coordinates:40.36768|-96.19607
name=Tecumseh Opera House

}} <td class="locality">Tecumseh</td>

5 George Townsend House
November 2, 2006
(#06000996)
61872 U.S. Highway 136
40°22′03″N 96°13′25″W / 40.36756°N 96.2235°W / 40.36756; -96.2235 (George Townsend House){{#coordinates:40.36756|-96.2235
name=George Townsend House

}} <td class="locality">Tecumseh</td>

Kearney County

Keith County

Keya Paha County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Carns State Aid Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000722)
County road over the Niobrara River, 10.8 miles northeast of Bassett
42°44′01″N 99°28′52″W / 42.733611°N 99.481111°W / 42.733611; -99.481111 (Carns State Aid Bridge){{#coordinates:42.733611|-99.481111
name=Carns State Aid Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Bassett</td>

Extends into Rock County
2 Keya Paha County High School
December 1, 1986
(#86003377)
Off Nebraska Highway 12
42°49′32″N 99°44′48″W / 42.825556°N 99.746667°W / 42.825556; -99.746667 (Keya Paha County High School){{#coordinates:42.825556|-99.746667
name=Keya Paha County High School

}} <td class="locality">Springview</td>

3 Lewis Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000774)
County road over the Keya Paha River, 13.6 miles northeast of Springview
42°59′53″N 99°38′08″W / 42.998056°N 99.635556°W / 42.998056; -99.635556 (Lewis Bridge){{#coordinates:42.998056|-99.635556
name=Lewis Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Springview</td>

Extends into Tripp County, South Dakota

Kimball County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Fraternal Hall
February 28, 1983
(#83001096)
2nd and Chestnut Sts.
41°14′13″N 103°39′46″W / 41.236944°N 103.662778°W / 41.236944; -103.662778 (Fraternal Hall){{#coordinates:41.236944|-103.662778
name=Fraternal Hall

}} <td class="locality">Kimball</td>

2 Gridley-Howe-Faden-Atkins Farmstead
July 9, 1997
(#97000727)
1 mile north of the junction of Nebraska Highway 71 and State St.
41°14′48″N 103°39′48″W / 41.246667°N 103.663333°W / 41.246667; -103.663333 (Gridley-Howe-Faden-Atkins Farmstead){{#coordinates:41.246667|-103.663333
name=Gridley-Howe-Faden-Atkins Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">Kimball</td>

3 Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct
October 21, 1994
(#94001231)
South of U.S. Highway 30, 5 miles west of Kimball
41°13′45″N 103°46′40″W / 41.229167°N 103.777778°W / 41.229167; -103.777778 (Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct){{#coordinates:41.229167|-103.777778
name=Maginnis Irrigation Aqueduct

}} <td class="locality">Kimball</td>

4 Wheat Growers Hotel
July 11, 2002
(#02000769)
102 S. Oak St.
41°14′18″N 103°39′36″W / 41.238333°N 103.66°W / 41.238333; -103.66 (Wheat Growers Hotel){{#coordinates:41.238333|-103.66
name=Wheat Growers Hotel

}} <td class="locality">Kimball</td>

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed<th width = 10% style="background-color: #A8EDEF">Date removed</th> Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Summary
1 Stone Building
March 31, 1983
(#83001097)
<td>
July 14, 2011
</td>
126 S. Chestnut St.
41°14′15″N 103°39′46″W / 41.2375°N 103.6628°W / 41.2375; -103.6628 (Stone Building){{#coordinates:41.2375|-103.6628
name=Stone Building

}} <td class="locality">Kimball</td>

Destroyed by fire January 2, 2010[50]

Knox County

Lancaster County

Lincoln County

Logan County

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Logan County.

Loup County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Pavillion Hotel
November 27, 1989
(#89002039)
Main St. Square
41°46′17″N 99°22′46″W / 41.771446°N 99.379515°W / 41.771446; -99.379515 (Pavillion Hotel){{#coordinates:41.771446|-99.379515
name=Pavillion Hotel

}} <td class="locality">Taylor</td>

2 Thomas and Mary Williams Homestead
December 31, 1998
(#98001565)
Approximately 0.5 miles east of Taylor, off a gravel road
41°45′53″N 99°22′22″W / 41.7647°N 99.3728°W / 41.7647; -99.3728 (Thomas and Mary Williams Homestead){{#coordinates:41.7647|-99.3728
name=Thomas and Mary Williams Homestead

}} <td class="locality">Taylor</td>

Madison County

McPherson County

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in McPherson County. The McPherson County Courthouse was listed for a time. However, it was damaged by a tornado on July 8, 2003[51] and subsequently demolished.[52] The courthouse was removed from the Register on March 3, 2006.[53]

Merrick County

Morrill County

Nance County

Nemaha County

Nuckolls County

Otoe County

Pawnee County

Perkins County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Grant City Park
February 16, 1996
(#96000066)
Bounded by Central Ave., 9th St., an alley line, and 8th St.
40°50′52″N 101°43′25″W / 40.847778°N 101.723611°W / 40.847778; -101.723611 (Grant City Park){{#coordinates:40.847778|-101.723611
name=Grant City Park

}} <td class="locality">Grant</td>

2 Grant Commercial Historic District
February 16, 1996
(#96000025)
Roughly Central Ave. from 1st St. to 4th St.
40°50′28″N 101°43′29″W / 40.841111°N 101.724722°W / 40.841111; -101.724722 (Grant Commercial Historic District){{#coordinates:40.841111|-101.724722
name=Grant Commercial Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Grant</td>

3 Perkins County Courthouse
July 5, 1990
(#90000969)
Lincoln St. between 2nd and 3rd Sts.
40°50′29″N 101°43′37″W / 40.841389°N 101.726944°W / 40.841389; -101.726944 (Perkins County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.841389|-101.726944
name=Perkins County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Grant</td>

Phelps County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Brenstrom Farmstead
March 21, 2011
(#11000104)
10417 Westside Rd.
40°39′53″N 99°33′51″W / 40.66469°N 99.56406°W / 40.66469; -99.56406 (Brenstrom Farmstead){{#coordinates:40.66469|-99.56406
name=Brenstrom Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">South of Overton</td>

2 CB&Q Holdrege Depot
February 21, 1997
(#97000131)
700 Ironhorse St.
40°26′09″N 99°22′14″W / 40.435833°N 99.370556°W / 40.435833; -99.370556 (CB&Q Holdrege Depot){{#coordinates:40.435833|-99.370556
name=CB&Q Holdrege Depot

}} <td class="locality">Holdrege</td>

3 Farmers State Bank
December 31, 2013
(#13001022)
307 Commercial St.
40°28′40″N 99°30′27″W / 40.477672°N 99.507382°W / 40.477672; -99.507382 (Farmers State Bank){{#coordinates:40.477672|-99.507382
name=Farmers State Bank

}} <td class="locality">Loomis</td>

4 Kinner House
April 14, 2004
(#04000294)
515 Tibbals
40°26′23″N 99°22′56″W / 40.439722°N 99.382222°W / 40.439722; -99.382222 (Kinner House){{#coordinates:40.439722|-99.382222
name=Kinner House

}} <td class="locality">Holdrege</td>

5 Phelps County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002242)
5th Ave. between East and West Aves.
40°26′22″N 99°22′12″W / 40.439444°N 99.37°W / 40.439444; -99.37 (Phelps County Courthouse){{#coordinates:40.439444|-99.37
name=Phelps County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Holdrege</td>

Pierce County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Athletic Park Band Shell
November 12, 1992
(#92001573)
Northwestern corner of the junction of Harper and Main Sts.
42°21′15″N 97°47′34″W / 42.354167°N 97.792778°W / 42.354167; -97.792778 (Athletic Park Band Shell){{#coordinates:42.354167|-97.792778
name=Athletic Park Band Shell

}} <td class="locality">Plainview</td>

2 Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad Depot
November 16, 2005
(#05001291)
304 S. Main St.
42°20′53″N 97°47′36″W / 42.348056°N 97.793333°W / 42.348056; -97.793333 (Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad Depot){{#coordinates:42.348056|-97.793333
name=Fremont, Elkhorn and Missouri Valley Railroad Depot

}} <td class="locality">Plainview</td>

3 Meridian Highway
November 29, 2001
(#01001273)
4.5 miles along county roads, following 552 Ave., 853 Rd., and 551 Ave.
42°10′43″N 97°29′28″W / 42.178611°N 97.491111°W / 42.178611; -97.491111 (Meridian Highway){{#coordinates:42.178611|-97.491111
name=Meridian Highway

}} <td class="locality">Pierce</td>

4 Plainview Carnegie Library
February 25, 1993
(#93000056)
102 S. Main St.
42°21′02″N 97°47′36″W / 42.350556°N 97.793333°W / 42.350556; -97.793333 (Plainview Carnegie Library){{#coordinates:42.350556|-97.793333
name=Plainview Carnegie Library

}} <td class="locality">Plainview</td>

5 Willow Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000706)
County road over Willow Creek, 6.5 miles south of Foster
42°10′38″N 97°40′01″W / 42.177222°N 97.666944°W / 42.177222; -97.666944 (Willow Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:42.177222|-97.666944
name=Willow Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Foster</td>

Bridge moved to Gilman Park in Pierce, Nebraska in 1994.[54]

Platte County

Polk County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Clarks Site
August 14, 1973
(#73001071)
Southwestern portion of Section 17, Township 14 North, Range 4 West[55]
Coordinates missing

<td class="locality">Osceola</td>

2 Gov. John Hopwood Mickey House
May 12, 1977
(#77000835)
State St.
41°10′12″N 97°32′52″W / 41.17°N 97.547778°W / 41.17; -97.547778 (Gov. John Hopwood Mickey House){{#coordinates:41.17|-97.547778
name=Gov. John Hopwood Mickey House

}} <td class="locality">Osceola</td>

3 Charles H. Morrill Homestead
June 4, 1973
(#73001072)
0.5 miles southeast of Stromsburg on U.S. Route 81
41°06′23″N 97°35′35″W / 41.106389°N 97.593056°W / 41.106389; -97.593056 (Charles H. Morrill Homestead){{#coordinates:41.106389|-97.593056
name=Charles H. Morrill Homestead

}} <td class="locality">Stromsburg</td>

4 Polk County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002238)
Courthouse Sq.
41°10′49″N 97°32′48″W / 41.180278°N 97.546667°W / 41.180278; -97.546667 (Polk County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.180278|-97.546667
name=Polk County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Osceola</td>

5 Strickland Site Upload image
July 3, 1996
(#96000683)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Silver Creek</td>

6 Victor E. Wilson House
July 7, 1988
(#88000915)
518 Main St.
41°06′57″N 97°35′54″W / 41.115833°N 97.598333°W / 41.115833; -97.598333 (Victor E. Wilson House){{#coordinates:41.115833|-97.598333
name=Victor E. Wilson House

}} <td class="locality">Stromsburg</td>

Red Willow County

Richardson County

Rock County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Bassett Lodge and Range Cafe
July 26, 2006
(#06000640)
205 Clark
42°35′07″N 99°32′16″W / 42.585278°N 99.537778°W / 42.585278; -99.537778 (Bassett Lodge and Range Cafe){{#coordinates:42.585278|-99.537778
name=Bassett Lodge and Range Cafe

}} <td class="locality">Bassett</td>

2 Carns State Aid Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000722)
County road over the Niobrara River, 10.8 miles northeast of Bassett
42°44′01″N 99°28′52″W / 42.733611°N 99.481111°W / 42.733611; -99.481111 (Carns State Aid Bridge){{#coordinates:42.733611|-99.481111
name=Carns State Aid Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Bassett</td>

Extends into Keya Paha County
3 Rock County Courthouse
July 5, 1990
(#90000968)
State St. between Caroline and Bertha Sts.
42°34′58″N 99°32′07″W / 42.582778°N 99.535278°W / 42.582778; -99.535278 (Rock County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.582778|-99.535278
name=Rock County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Bassett</td>

Saline County

Sarpy County

Saunders County

Scotts Bluff County

Seward County

Sheridan County

Sherman County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Archeological Site 25SM20 Upload image
February 12, 2002
(#01001276)
Address Restricted

<td class="locality">Loup City</td>

2 Frederick Hotel
October 16, 2002
(#02000770)
810 O St.
41°16′30″N 98°58′07″W / 41.275°N 98.968611°W / 41.275; -98.968611 (Frederick Hotel){{#coordinates:41.275|-98.968611
name=Frederick Hotel

}} <td class="locality">Loup City</td>

3 Loup City Township Carnegie Library
December 27, 2007
(#07001326)
652 N St.
41°16′34″N 98°58′00″W / 41.276111°N 98.966667°W / 41.276111; -98.966667 (Loup City Township Carnegie Library){{#coordinates:41.276111|-98.966667
name=Loup City Township Carnegie Library

}} <td class="locality">Loup City</td>

4 Sherman County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002225)
630 O St.
41°16′31″N 98°57′58″W / 41.275278°N 98.966111°W / 41.275278; -98.966111 (Sherman County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.275278|-98.966111
name=Sherman County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Loup City</td>

5 Sweetwater Archeological Site
July 29, 1974
(#74001141)
SW 1/4, section 35, township 13N, range 15W[56]
41°02′53″N 99°00′58″W / 41.04804°N 99.0161°W / 41.04804; -99.0161 (Sweetwater Archeological Site){{#coordinates:41.04804|-99.0161
name=Sweetwater Archeological Site

}} <td class="locality">Sweetwater</td>

Sioux County

Stanton County

There are no properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Stanton County.

Thayer County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Richard E. Dill House
January 29, 1973
(#73001077)
Southwest corner, 6th and Mercy Streets
40°14′53″N 97°23′19″W / 40.24805°N 97.38856°W / 40.24805; -97.38856 (Richard E. Dill House){{#coordinates:40.24805|-97.38856
name=Richard E. Dill House

}} <td class="locality">Alexandria</td>

2 Site No. JF00-072
June 19, 1987
(#87001000)
Junction of Thayer, Jefferson, Washington, and Republic county lines
40°00′07″N 97°22′09″W / 40.00198°N 97.3692°W / 40.00198; -97.3692 (Site No. JF00-072){{#coordinates:40.00198|-97.3692
name=Site No. JF00-072

}} <td class="locality">Hubbell Precinct</td>

3 US Post Office-Hebron
May 11, 1992
(#92000473)
145 N. 15th St.
40°10′03″N 97°35′21″W / 40.167467°N 97.58914°W / 40.167467; -97.58914 (US Post Office-Hebron){{#coordinates:40.167467|-97.58914
name=US Post Office-Hebron

}} <td class="locality">Hebron</td>

One of 12 Nebraska post offices featuring a Section of Fine Arts mural, "Stampeding Buffalo Stopping a Train" (1939) by Eldora Lorenzini.[14]

Thomas County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Bessey Nursery
May 24, 1978
(#78001715)
West of Halsey off Nebraska Highway 2
41°54′02″N 100°18′26″W / 41.900556°N 100.307222°W / 41.900556; -100.307222 (Bessey Nursery){{#coordinates:41.900556|-100.307222
name=Bessey Nursery

}} <td class="locality">Halsey</td>

Former listing

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed<th width = 10% style="background-color: #A8EDEF">Date removed</th> Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Summary
1 Thomas County Courthouse Upload image
July 5, 1990
(#90000971)
<td>
July 3, 2007
</td>
503 Main Street

<td class="locality">Thedford</td>

Thurston County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Blackbird Hill
May 2, 1979
(#79001456)
Off U.S. Route 75 southeast of Macy[57]
42°04′48″N 96°17′55″W / 42.08°N 96.2986°W / 42.08; -96.2986 (Blackbird Hill){{#coordinates:42.08|-96.2986
name=Blackbird Hill

}} <td class="locality">Anderson Township</td>

Traditional burial site of Omaha chiefs, including Blackbird[58]
2 First Thurston County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002210)
400-412 Main St.
42°06′51″N 96°42′26″W / 42.114167°N 96.707222°W / 42.114167; -96.707222 (First Thurston County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.114167|-96.707222
name=First Thurston County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Pender</td>

3 North Omaha Creek Bridge
June 29, 1992
(#92000727)
Township road over the North Omaha Creek, 3 miles southwest of Winnebago
42°11′38″N 96°31′50″W / 42.193889°N 96.530556°W / 42.193889; -96.530556 (North Omaha Creek Bridge){{#coordinates:42.193889|-96.530556
name=North Omaha Creek Bridge

}} <td class="locality">Winnebago</td>

4 Dr. Susan Picotte Memorial Hospital
December 16, 1988
(#88002762)
505 Matthewson St.
42°09′06″N 96°29′41″W / 42.151667°N 96.494722°W / 42.151667; -96.494722 (Dr. Susan Picotte Memorial Hospital){{#coordinates:42.151667|-96.494722
name=Dr. Susan Picotte Memorial Hospital

}} <td class="locality">Walthill</td>

5 Susan La Flesche Picotte House
November 10, 2009
(#09000905)
100 S. Taft St.
42°08′49″N 96°29′33″W / 42.146936°N 96.492478°W / 42.146936; -96.492478 (Susan La Flesche Picotte House){{#coordinates:42.146936|-96.492478
name=Susan La Flesche Picotte House

}} <td class="locality">Walthill</td>

6 Thurston County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002209)
Main St. between 5th and 6th Sts.
42°06′49″N 96°42′32″W / 42.113611°N 96.708889°W / 42.113611; -96.708889 (Thurston County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.113611|-96.708889
name=Thurston County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Pender</td>

Valley County

Washington County

Wayne County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Wayne Commercial Historic District
December 8, 2009
(#09001071)
S. Main, N. Main, and 2nd St.
42°13′49″N 97°01′04″W / 42.230278°N 97.017783°W / 42.230278; -97.017783 (Wayne Commercial Historic District){{#coordinates:42.230278|-97.017783
name=Wayne Commercial Historic District

}} <td class="locality">Wayne</td>

2 Wayne County Courthouse
May 2, 1979
(#79001458)
510 Pearl St.
42°14′03″N 97°01′11″W / 42.234167°N 97.019722°W / 42.234167; -97.019722 (Wayne County Courthouse){{#coordinates:42.234167|-97.019722
name=Wayne County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Wayne</td>

3 Wayne Municipal Auditorium
March 28, 2002
(#02000273)
222 N. Pearl St.
42°13′52″N 97°01′10″W / 42.231111°N 97.019444°W / 42.231111; -97.019444 (Wayne Municipal Auditorium){{#coordinates:42.231111|-97.019444
name=Wayne Municipal Auditorium

}} <td class="locality">Wayne</td>

4 Wayne United States Post Office
December 27, 2007
(#07001325)
120 Pearl St.
42°13′48″N 97°01′09″W / 42.23°N 97.019167°W / 42.23; -97.019167 (Wayne United States Post Office){{#coordinates:42.23|-97.019167
name=Wayne United States Post Office

}} <td class="locality">Wayne</td>

5 Dr. W.C. Wightman House
June 13, 1978
(#78001717)
702 Lincoln St.
42°14′09″N 97°01′15″W / 42.235833°N 97.020833°W / 42.235833; -97.020833 (Dr. W.C. Wightman House){{#coordinates:42.235833|-97.020833
name=Dr. W.C. Wightman House

}} <td class="locality">Wayne</td>

Webster County

Wheeler County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 A.T. Ranch Headquarters
May 2, 1990
(#90000565)
Star Route 1
41°56′52″N 98°29′58″W / 41.94781°N 98.49944°W / 41.94781; -98.49944 (A.T. Ranch Headquarters){{#coordinates:41.94781|-98.49944
name=A.T. Ranch Headquarters

}} <td class="locality">Bartlett</td>

2 Former Wheeler County Courthouse
January 10, 1990
(#89002215)
Main St. between 2nd and 3rd Sts.
41°53′03″N 98°33′06″W / 41.884167°N 98.551667°W / 41.884167; -98.551667 (Former Wheeler County Courthouse){{#coordinates:41.884167|-98.551667
name=Former Wheeler County Courthouse

}} <td class="locality">Bartlett</td>

York County

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Description
1 Bradshaw Town Hall
May 31, 1984
(#84002499)
Off U.S. Route 34
40°53′01″N 97°44′48″W / 40.883611°N 97.746667°W / 40.883611; -97.746667 (Bradshaw Town Hall){{#coordinates:40.883611|-97.746667
name=Bradshaw Town Hall

}} <td class="locality">Bradshaw</td>

2 Clem's Opera House
September 28, 1988
(#88000949)
Main and Post Sts.
41°01′41″N 97°24′07″W / 41.028056°N 97.401944°W / 41.028056; -97.401944 (Clem's Opera House){{#coordinates:41.028056|-97.401944
name=Clem's Opera House

}} <td class="locality">Gresham</td>

3 W.S. Jeffery Farmstead
July 26, 1982
(#82003208)
West of Benedict
40°59′57″N 97°41′26″W / 40.999167°N 97.690556°W / 40.999167; -97.690556 (W.S. Jeffery Farmstead){{#coordinates:40.999167|-97.690556
name=W.S. Jeffery Farmstead

}} <td class="locality">Benedict</td>

4 York Public Library
December 4, 1990
(#90001765)
306 E. 7th St.
40°52′04″N 97°35′24″W / 40.867778°N 97.59°W / 40.867778; -97.59 (York Public Library){{#coordinates:40.867778|-97.59
name=York Public Library

}} <td class="locality">York</td>

5 York Subway
June 29, 1992
(#92000772)
14th and 15th Sts. and BNSF tracks over U.S. Route 81
40°52′27″N 97°35′34″W / 40.874167°N 97.592778°W / 40.874167; -97.592778 (York Subway){{#coordinates:40.874167|-97.592778
name=York Subway

}} <td class="locality">York</td>

Former listings

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed<th width = 10% style="background-color: #A8EDEF">Date removed</th> Location

<th width="8%" style="background-color: #A8EDEF"> City or town</th>

Summary
1 York County Courthouse Upload image
December 6, 1975
(#75001103)
<td>
Unknown
</td>
5th St. and Lincoln Ave.

<td class="locality">York</td>

See also

References

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on {{NRHP date for lists/dates#REDIRECTmw:Help:Magic words#Other
    This page is a soft redirect.Nebraska}}.
  2. ^ The following sites are listed in multiple counties: Carns State Aid Bridge (Keya Paha and Rock), Champe-Fremont 1 Archeological Site (Douglas and Sarpy), Deering Bridge (Clay and Fillmore), Fort Robinson and Red Cloud Agency (Dawes and Sioux), Frank Parker Archeological Site (Douglas and Washington), Palmer Site (Howard and Merrick), Site No. JF00-072 (Jefferson and Thayer), Spade Ranch (Cherry and Sheridan) and Sweetwater Archeological Site (Buffalo and Sherman).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Long, Barbara Beving (1989-11-08). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: First Arthur County Courthouse and Jail" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-25. 
  7. ^ Spencer, Janet Jeffries (May 1979). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Pilgrim Holiness Church" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-25. 
  8. ^ "C. C. Hampton Homestead (Warner Ranch)". National Park Service. Retrieved 2012-05-28. 
  9. ^ Spencer, Janet Jeffries (September 1984). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: C. C. Hampton Homestead" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-27. 
  10. ^ Waymire, Phyllis (February 1994). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Cedar Rapids City Hall and Library" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-27. 
  11. ^ Miller, Greg (December 2004). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Petersburg Jail" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  12. ^ Knispel, Todd (1999-12-10). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: St. Anthony's Catholic Church and School" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  13. ^ Gilkerson, Joni (August 1982). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Ecclesia St. Bonaventura" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  14. ^ a b Ahlgren, Carol (August 1991). "National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Documentation Form: Nebraska Post Offices Which Contain Section Artwork (1938-1942)" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-01-28. 
  15. ^ a b Vogel, John N.; Marisa A. Kosobucki (2006-07-28). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Alliance Commercial Historic District" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-01. 
  16. ^ Long, Barbara Beving (1989-11-08). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Box Butte County Courthouse" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-01. 
  17. ^ Lopheide, Debra; Carol Ahlgren (1990-06-28). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: City of Alliance Central Park Fountain" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-01. 
  18. ^ "Nebraska National Register Sites in Box Butte County". Nebraska State Historical Society. 2011-10-11. Retrieved 2013-02-01. 
  19. ^ a b "Nebraska National Register Sites in Boyd County". Nebraska State Historical Society. 2010-03-03. Retrieved 2013-02-02. 
  20. ^ Fraser, Clayton B. (1991-06-30). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Ponca Creek Bridge" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-02. 
  21. ^ Janssen, Mardell E. (July 1991). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: S.S. Peter and Paul Catholic School" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-02. 
  22. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  23. ^ Miller, Greg (August 2004). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: The Tower" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-02. 
  24. ^ Hanson, James A. (1989-12-30). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: White Horse Ranch" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-02. 
  25. ^ See photo
  26. ^ Ahlgren, Carol; Greg Miller (August 1989). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: The Miller Hotel" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  27. ^ "History of Long Pine: Heritage House". City of Long Pine. Retrieved 2013-02-03. 
  28. ^ "John G. Neihardt Study". Nebraska State Historical Society. 2005-10-28. Retrieved 2013-02-22. 
  29. ^ McWilliams, Carl W. (1991-06-30). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Rattlesnake Creek Bridge" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-22. 
  30. ^ Nunn, Jessie (2009-08-04). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: West Point City Auditorium" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-22. 
  31. ^ Stupka-Burda, Stacy (2006-08-16). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Ben Bonderson Farm" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-23. 
  32. ^ Magie, John Q. (1969-08-02). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Emmanuel Lutheran Church" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-23. 
  33. ^ O'Shea, John M., and John Ludwickson. Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site. Lincoln: U of Nebraska P, 1992, 53.
  34. ^ "Nebraska National Register Sites in Dakota County". Nebraska State Historical Society. 2007-05-08. Retrieved 2013-02-23. 
  35. ^ Lott, Bonnie; J. Rock Johnson; Joni Gilkerson (January 1986). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Meisch House" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-23. 
  36. ^ See photo
  37. ^ Jeffries, Janet (April 1977). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Cornelius O'Connor House" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-02-23. 
  38. ^ Long, Barbara Beving (1989-11-08). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Deuel County Courthouse" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-03-03. 
  39. ^ Nunn, Jessie (2011-08-24). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Menter Farmstead" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-03-03. 
  40. ^ Magie, John Q. (1970-07-09). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Phelps Hotel" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-03-03. 
  41. ^ Murphy, David (August 1990). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Sudman, Fred and Minnie Meyer, House" (PDF). Retrieved 2013-03-03. 
  42. ^ Wood, W. Raymond. "The Mowry Bluff Site, 25FT35". Plains Anthropologist 14.44 (1969): 3-6: 3.
  43. ^ Roper, Donna C., ed. Medicine Creek: Seventy Years of Archaeological Investigations. Tuscaloosa: U of Alabama P, 2002, 86.
  44. ^ "Fire guts Aurora's historic Fidelity Building". Grand Island Independent, July 10, 2008. Retrieved November 24, 2009.
  45. ^ "Aurora teens convicted of arson". Grand Island Independent, September 17, 2008. Retrieved November 24, 2009.
  46. ^ The National Park Service lists the auditorium's address as "614 Main Street" (see "Weekly List for July 18, 2014"). This is in fact the address of the Alma city hall (see photo showing address). There is no address on the auditorium, but a photo of the window of 812 W. Main shows the reflection of the auditorium across the street.
  47. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  48. ^ Gunnerson, James H. An Introduction to Plains Apache Archeology—The Dismal River Aspect. Anthropological Paper No. 58, Smithsonian Institution, Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 173. Washington: GPO, 1960: 131-261: 187.
  49. ^ See photo
  50. ^ Guzman, Chabella. "Historical Kimball building destroyed in fire Saturday". Scottsbluff Star-Herald. 2010-01-03. Retrieved 2010-08-23.
  51. ^ "Event Record Details". National Climatic Data Center. Retrieved on October 23, 2009.
  52. ^ "Audit Report of McPherson County Court: July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2004. Nebraska Auditor of Public Accounts. Retrieved on November 11, 2009.
  53. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2009-03-13. 
  54. ^ "Old Willow Creek Bridge". Nebraska State Historical Society. Retrieved 2010-04-10.
  55. ^ Bengtson, B.E. "An Ancient Village of the Grand Pawnee". Nebraska History Magazine 14.2 (1933): 124-129: 125.
  56. ^ Champe, John L. (1936). "The Sweetwater Culture Complex". Chapters in Nebraska Archaeology, vol. 1, ed. by Earl H. Bell. pp. 253-57.
  57. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".
  58. ^ "Nebraska National Register Sites in Thurston County." Nebraska State Historical Society. Retrieved 2013-06-22.

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