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Nuckolls County Nebraska Historical Markers

 
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By Joan Shurtliff, August 30, 2014
1864 Indian Raids Marker
Nebraska (Nuckolls County), Nelson — 28 — 1864 Indian Raids
During the Civil War many regular troops were withdrawn from Plains military posts to fight in the east. The Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho, seizing this opportunity, attempted to drive white settlers from their lands. Beginning on August 7, 1864, . . . — Map (db m76706) HM
Nebraska (Nuckolls County), Ruskin — 330 — The Skirmish at Spring Creek
From April through October 1870 Company C of the second U.S. Cavalry garrisoned a temporary military post, Camp Bingham, located northeast of here on the Little Blue River, to protect nearby settlements from Indians.

On May 15 Sergeant Patrick . . . — Map (db m85665) WM


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