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Historical Markers in Pierce County, Nebraska

 
Clickable Map of Pierce County, Nebraska and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Pierce County, NE (3) Antelope County, NE (8) Cedar County, NE (7) Knox County, NE (15) Madison County, NE (8) Stanton County, NE (1) Wayne County, NE (2)  PierceCounty(3) Pierce County (3)  AntelopeCounty(8) Antelope County (8)  CedarCounty(7) Cedar County (7)  KnoxCounty(15) Knox County (15)  MadisonCounty(8) Madison County (8)  StantonCounty(1) Stanton County (1)  WayneCounty(2) Wayne County (2)
Pierce is the county seat for Pierce County
Adjacent to Pierce County, Nebraska
      Antelope County (8)  
      Cedar County (7)  
      Knox County (15)  
      Madison County (8)  
      Stanton County (1)  
      Wayne County (2)  
 
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1 Nebraska, Pierce County, Pierce — 306 — Gilman Park
The first flour mill in Pierce County was constructed here about 1880 by Stephen F. Gilman. Power for its operation came from a dam on the north fork of the Elkhorn River. Flour from the mill was marketed widely under the “Golden Crescent” . . . Map (db m206800) HM
2 Nebraska, Pierce County, Pierce — 401 — Old Willow Creek Bridge
This bridge originally spanned Willow Creek southwest of Pierce. It was fabricated in 1913 by the Canton (Ohio) Bridge Company, which held Pierce County’s bridge contract between 1905 and 1918. It was moved here in 1994. The thirty-four-foot . . . Map (db m206814) HM
3 Nebraska, Pierce County, South Branch — 434 — The Meridian Highway: From Canada to Mexico
The Meridian Road was organized in 1911 by a group of "good roads" boosters. Proposed as a direct north-south automobile route through the central United States. Its name and derived from the Sixth Principal Meridian. In 1912 the route was largely . . . Map (db m76707) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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Apr. 18, 2024