“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Furnas County, Nebraska

Clickable Map of Furnas County, Nebraska and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Furnas County, NE (3) Frontier County, NE (1) Gosper County, NE (1) Harlan County, NE (2) Phelps County, NE (2) Red Willow County, NE (9) Decatur County, KS (3) Norton County, KS (1)  FurnasCounty(3) Furnas County (3)  FrontierCounty(1) Frontier County (1)  GosperCounty(1) Gosper County (1)  HarlanCounty(2) Harlan County (2)  PhelpsCounty(2) Phelps County (2)  RedWillowCounty(9) Red Willow County (9)  DecaturCountyKansas(3) Decatur County (3)  NortonCounty(1) Norton County (1)
Beaver City is the county seat for Furnas County
Adjacent to Furnas County, Nebraska
      Frontier County (1)  
      Gosper County (1)  
      Harlan County (2)  
      Phelps County (2)  
      Red Willow County (9)  
      Decatur County, Kansas (3)  
      Norton County, Kansas (1)  
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1 Nebraska, Furnas County, Arapahoe — Marking First Homestead in Furnas John A. Nilson — May 1, 1871 —
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2 Nebraska, Furnas County, Holbrook — 83 — Burton's Bend
Faced with the great influx of white settlers after the Civil War, hostile Sioux and Cheyenne Indians retreated into the Republican River Valley. Here they found a nearly ideal location since the valley remained one of the great buffalo ranges of . . . Map (db m176855) HM
3 Nebraska, Furnas County, Oxford — 39 — The Republican River Flood Of 1935
On May 30, 1935, torrential rains fell in eastern Colorado and southwestern Nebraska; by early morning of the 31st, the usually peaceful Republican River was running bluff-to-bluff along its upper reaches. When the waters subsided two days later, . . . Map (db m48549) HM
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Jun. 4, 2023