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Franklin County Nebraska Historical Markers

 
Dupee Hall of Music and Marker image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., February 19, 2012
Dupee Hall of Music and Marker
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — Dupee Hall of MusicFranklin Academy — 1901 —
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the U.S. Department of the Interior — Map (db m59004) HM
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — 329 — Franklin Academy
The Franklin Academy occupied this site from 1881 until 1922. It was one of six Congregational Church-affiliated academies in Nebraska. Others were located at Crete, York, Neligh, Weeping Water, and Chadron. Over 2,500 students in college . . . — Map (db m58998) HM
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — 140 — Franklin County
Present Franklin County was formerly a part of the buffalo hunting range of the Pawnee Indians, whose villages were at one time located further down the valley of the Republican River. Cheyenne and Sioux hunting parties also frequented the area . . . — Map (db m59005) HM
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — Franklin County Veterans MemorialFreedom Is Not Free
World War I They Died for Freedom [Roll of Honored Dead] World War II The Supreme Sacrifice [Roll of Honored Dead] Korea They Died for Freedom [Roll of Honored Dead] Vietnam [Roll of Honored Dead] . . . — Map (db m59000) WM
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — Lockheed F-80(P-80 & T-33) — Shooting Star —
. . . — Map (db m59001) HM
Nebraska (Franklin County), Franklin — The Old Franklin Congregational Academy
This memorial erected on the site of The Old Franklin Congregational Academy Pioneer Founders and Educators were: E. B. James · A. E. Rice · W. S. Phipps Rev. Amos Dresser · Rev. C. S. Harrison Reve. W. S. Hampton · Prin. A. C. . . . — Map (db m59003) HM

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