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

Clickable Map of Pawnee 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> Pawnee County, NE (13) Gage County, NE (33) Johnson County, NE (8) Nemaha County, NE (17) Richardson County, NE (2) Marshall County, KS (39) Nemaha County, KS (20)  PawneeCounty(13) Pawnee County (13)  GageCounty(33) Gage County (33)  JohnsonCounty(8) Johnson County (8)  NemahaCounty(17) Nemaha County (17)  RichardsonCounty(2) Richardson County (2)  MarshallCountyKansas(39) Marshall County (39)  NemahaCounty(20) Nemaha County (20)
Pawnee City is the county seat for Pawnee County
Adjacent to Pawnee County, Nebraska
      Gage County (33)  
      Johnson County (8)  
      Nemaha County (17)  
      Richardson County (2)  
      Marshall County, Kansas (39)  
      Nemaha County, Kansas (20)  
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1 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Pawnee City — 481 — Pawnee City
Pawnee City, the county seat of Pawnee County, was platted and the first lots were sold in the spring of 1857. The county, named for the Pawnee Indians who lived in Nebraska for generations, was defined by the territorial legislature on March 3, . . . Map (db m223472) HM
2 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 7 — Bank of Steinauer
In 1888, the building was constructed by Joseph Steinauer to house his banking business. In 1898, the bank received its charter. The ownership of the bank has remained within the Steinauer family for five generations.Map (db m190303) HM
3 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 3 — Community Park
Originally, this area included a number of businesses. After the structures were gone, the gazebo was built, and the playground equipment was installed.Map (db m190302) HM
4 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 12 — Convent House Bed & Breakfast
The school and convent were constructed in 1932. They were built to replace ones destroyed by a fire. The new school building featured a beautiful attached convent, which was home to four Benedictine nuns until the school closed in 1970. It was . . . Map (db m190308) HM
5 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 2 — Jailhouse
The jail was originally located just northeast of its current location. For a number of years, a local farmer used it as a grain bin. In 1977, it was moved back to the village and placed adjacent to the Steinauer Community Heritage House.Map (db m190301) HM
6 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 9 — Knights of Columbus Hall
The Knights of Columbus Hall was built in 1929 to replace the Opera House as the center of social activity. Currently, it is used by the community for meetings and events.Map (db m190305) HM
7 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 10 — N.A. Steinauer Home
The house was built in 1902 by Nicholas A. Steinauer, banker, NE Congressman, and landowner. A grandson of Nicholas currently lives here, and he has preserved many of the original features of the home. Note the stained glass in the upper-floor . . . Map (db m190306) HM
8 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 8 — Opera House
The Opera House is located on the upper floor of the Bank of Steinauer. On July 17, 1988, it was officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The walls are pressed tin from ceiling to wainscoting. Playbills are drawn on the walls . . . Map (db m190304) HM
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9 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 11 — St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church
The first church was located on the site of the St. Anthony Cemetery. A second church was built on this site. The congregation outgrew this facility, and present brick church was dedicated in 1927. It is considered to be one of the most splendid . . . Map (db m190307) HM
10 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 1 — Steinauer Community Heritage House
This structure was built in 1874 by Joseph A. Steinauer, the first Postmaster of the village. It was used as a post office, a bank, and a newspaper office. The bank was moved in 1888 to its current location, and the newspaper was discontinued in . . . Map (db m190300) HM
11 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — Steinauer Veterans Memorial
We dedicate this memorial in remembrance of the veterans from the Steinauer community and the surrounding area who have served their country at home and throughout the world. We honor their heroism and their dedication. Land donated in . . . Map (db m190401) WM
12 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Steinauer — 184 — Village of Steinauer
Warnings to avoid “bloody Kansas” prompted the Steinauer brothers, Anton, Nicholas, and Joseph, to settle here in Pawnee County. They arrived in September 1856, only two years after the creation of Nebraska Territory. Famine and depression had . . . Map (db m177419) HM
13 Nebraska, Pawnee County, Table Rock — St John's Catholic ChurchEst. 1877
St. John's Catholic Church, one of the oldest wood church buildings in Nebraska was built in 1877. The church originally had no steeple and was a simple square-type structure. The Steeple was later added along with the stained glass windows in the . . . Map (db m194900) HM
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Jun. 8, 2023