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Arcadia, a town with a sense of humor. image, Touch for more information
By Joan Shurtliff, October 5, 2014
Arcadia, a town with a sense of humor.
Nebraska (Valley County), Arcadia — 298 — Arcadia Centennial 1885-1985
In 1873 the first settlers, George McKeller and Porter Brown, arrived near the Valley County site which would later become Arcadia. They were followed in 1874 by Samuel Hawthorne, his brother Boone and their families. Mrs. Hawthorne named the . . . — Map (db m77820) HM
Nebraska (Valley County), Arcadia — 442 — Arcadia Congregational Church
Three years after the town of Arcadia was platted in October 1885, the First Congregational Church was organized on November 25, 1888, the second church in town. Articles of incorporation were recorded on December 2, 1889, and the building, costing . . . — Map (db m77821) HM

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