“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 Brady, Nebraska

Clickable Map of Lincoln 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> Lincoln County, NE (46) Custer County, NE (10) Dawson County, NE (11) Frontier County, NE (1) Hayes County, NE (1) Keith County, NE (29) Logan County, NE (0) McPherson County, NE (1) Perkins County, NE (2)  LincolnCounty(46) Lincoln County (46)  CusterCounty(10) Custer County (10)  DawsonCounty(11) Dawson County (11)  FrontierCounty(1) Frontier County (1)  HayesCounty(1) Hayes County (1)  KeithCounty(29) Keith County (29)  LoganCounty(0) Logan County (0)  McPhersonCounty(1) McPherson County (1)  PerkinsCounty(2) Perkins County (2)
North Platte is the county seat for Lincoln County
Brady is in Lincoln County
      Lincoln County (46)  
      Custer County (10)  
      Dawson County (11)  
      Frontier County (1)  
      Hayes County (1)  
      Keith County (29)  
      Logan County (0)  
      McPherson County (1)  
      Perkins County (2)  
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1Nebraska, Lincoln County, Brady — 193 — Fort McPherson and North Platte
On Interstate 80, 5.3 miles west of State Highway 560, on the right when traveling west.
A few miles west of here on the south side of the Platte River is the site of Fort McPherson, 1863-1880. During the Indian troubles of the middle 1860's, troops of the post were occupied in keeping the telegraph lines in operation and the mail and . . . Map (db m176427) HM
2Nebraska, Lincoln County, Brady — 194 — Road Ranches Along the Platte
Near Interstate 80 at milepost 194,, 13.7 miles east of State Highway 56A, on the right when traveling east.
With the discovery of gold in the Rocky Mountains in the late 1850's , overland freighting and travel intensified. Every few miles westward along the trails, enterprising individuals established road ranches which offered lodgings and provision to . . . Map (db m174996) HM
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Mar. 26, 2023