“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 Thurston County, Nebraska

Clickable Map of Thurston 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> Thurston County, NE (4) Burt County, NE (1) Cuming County, NE (4) Dakota County, NE (7) Dixon County, NE (5) Wayne County, NE (2) Monona County, IA (1) Woodbury County, IA (32)  ThurstonCounty(4) Thurston County (4)  BurtCounty(1) Burt County (1)  CumingCounty(4) Cuming County (4)  DakotaCounty(7) Dakota County (7)  DixonCounty(5) Dixon County (5)  WayneCounty(2) Wayne County (2)  MononaCountyIowa(1) Monona County (1)  WoodburyCounty(32) Woodbury County (32)
Pender is the county seat for Thurston County
Adjacent to Thurston County, Nebraska
      Burt County (1)  
      Cuming County (4)  
      Dakota County (7)  
      Dixon County (5)  
      Wayne County (2)  
      Monona County, Iowa (1)  
      Woodbury County, Iowa (32)  
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1 Nebraska, Thurston County, Macy — 071 — Omaha Tribe
This was the homeland of the Omaha Tribe long before white settlers came to the Great Plains. By 1750, the Omaha occupied a large region in northeastern Nebraska and northwestern Iowa. The name “Omaha” means “those going against the wind or current” . . . Map (db m155206) HM
2 Nebraska, Thurston County, Walthill — 385 — Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital
This hospital is named in honor of the first Native American woman physician. Dr. Picotte (1865-1915) was the daughter of Mary Gale and Iron Eye, also known as Joseph La Flesche, the last traditionally recognized chief of the Omaha tribe. She was . . . Map (db m206824) HM
3 Nebraska, Thurston County, Walthill — 386 — Susan LaFlesche Picotte Memorial Hospital
This hospital was built in 1912 under the guidance of Dr. Susan La Flesche Picotte, the first Native American woman physician, with the financial support of the Presbyterian Board of Home Missions and other donors. It served both Native American . . . Map (db m206828) HM
4 Nebraska, Thurston County, Winnebago — 044 — Winnebago Scouts
In 1863, the Winnebago Indians were moved from their home in Minnesota to a barren reservation in Dakota Territory. Groups of Winnebago soon moved down the Missouri River to the Omaha Reservation in Nebraska. In March, 1865, the Winnebago used . . . Map (db m206993) HM
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Jun. 8, 2023