“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 Brownville, Nebraska

Clickable Map of Nemaha 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> Nemaha County, NE (18) Johnson County, NE (8) Otoe County, NE (22) Pawnee County, NE (13) Richardson County, NE (5) Atchison County, MO (5) Holt County, MO (3)  NemahaCounty(18) Nemaha County (18)  JohnsonCounty(8) Johnson County (8)  OtoeCounty(22) Otoe County (22)  PawneeCounty(13) Pawnee County (13)  RichardsonCounty(5) Richardson County (5)  AtchisonCountyMissouri(5) Atchison County (5)  HoltCounty(3) Holt County (3)
Auburn is the county seat for Nemaha County
Brownville is in Nemaha County
      Nemaha County (18)  
      Johnson County (8)  
      Otoe County (22)  
      Pawnee County (13)  
      Richardson County (5)  
      Atchison County, Missouri (5)  
      Holt County, Missouri (3)  
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1 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — 1854 Didier Log Cabin
John B. Didier, Frenchman/Fur Trader• December 25, 1827 — Birth of John B. Didier, II to John and Anna B. Didier in France • 1827 — Arrived in America, settling in Cincinnati, Ohio • 1849 — Moved to St. Louis, MO, worked for . . . Map (db m194896) HM
2 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — 64 — Brownville
On August 29, 1854, shortly after the Kansas-Nebraska Act had opened the territory west of the Missouri River to permanent settlement, Richard Brown arrived on the site of the town which was to bear his name. Other settlers soon followed. . . . Map (db m177299) HM
3 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — Co. C. 1st Reg. of Nebraska
This tablet marks the place where Co. C. 1st Reg. of Nebraska enlisted June 9, 1861, for the Civil War and is dedicated in memory of all who served in the wars of our nation.Map (db m194898) HM WM
4 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — Late 1800's Road Grader
Donated to the Brownville Historical Society by the Allen Family. The road grader in Boettner Park was owned by Frederick E. Allen who came from Fort Plain, New York, in 1860. The machine was used to grade roads in the Bracken, Nemaha, and . . . Map (db m194946) HM
5 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — 338 — Lewis and Clark CampsiteJuly 15, 1804
The members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped a short distance south of here on the Nebraska side of the river, on July 15, 1804. They had covered nearly 10 miles that day, most traveling in a 55-foot keelboat, two pirogues, and dugout . . . Map (db m251277) HM
6 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — 52 — Muir House
This is the former home of Robert Valentine Muir, an early resident of Brownville. Born in Scotland in 1827, Muir came to America in 1835 and moved to Nebraska in 1856 as Treasurer for the Nebraska Settlement Company. He operated a sawmill, flour . . . Map (db m183305) HM
7 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — The Large One-bottom Plow
"The large one-bottom plow cuts a furrow 4 feet wide, 2 feet deep. The "turning under" moldboard is 6 feet high and 6 feet wide. The "landside" is 10 feet long and one foot high. The plow is "foundry" made and was strengthened and mended. The plow . . . Map (db m194897) HM
8 Nebraska, Nemaha County, Brownville — 417 — The Nebraska State Teachers' Association
On October 16, 1867, the first meeting of the Nebraska State Teachers’ Association was held on this site in the Brownville Union High School, at that time the largest free high school in Nebraska. Presiding over this meeting was Robert W. Furnas, . . . Map (db m188561) HM
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Jul. 17, 2024