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Dodge County Nebraska Historical Markers

 
Dodge County Veterans Memorial image, Touch for more information
By William Fischer, Jr., February 17, 2012
Dodge County Veterans Memorial
Nebraska (Dodge County), Fremont — Dodge County Veterans Memorial All Gave Some Some Gave All
. . . — Map (db m58552) WM
Nebraska (Dodge County), Fremont — Fremont's First City-Owned Parking Lot Nov. 14, 1964
Dedicated in memory of George F. Wolz — Map (db m53141) HM
Nebraska (Dodge County), Fremont — 117 — Mormon Pioneer Trail
The Mormon Pioneer Trail from Nauvoo, Illinois to the Rocky Mountains passed here April 17, 1847. In this vicinity a military-type organization was formed with Brigham Young, Lieutenant General; Stephen Markham, Colonel; John Pack and Shadrach . . . — Map (db m58566) HM
Nebraska (Dodge County), Fremont — Overland Emigrant Trails
This boulder marks the Overland Emigrant Trails through Fremont to Oregon, California, Utah and Colorado Erected Setp. 23, 1912 — Map (db m58554) HM
Nebraska (Dodge County), Fremont — Union Depot 1886 Union Pacific Blazes Trail to Future
The Union Pacific reached Fremont in 1866. The new Union Depot was erected at a cost of $50,000 and gave the approach to the city a dignified and completed appearance, with its winding gravel walks, grass and flower plots and wide frontage. As . . . — Map (db m58553) HM

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