National Historic Landmark - Sometime between A.D. 1250 and A.D. 1450, prehistoric Indians of the Itskari Phase established this village on a prominent terrace above Davis Creek. Archeological ... Coufal Ridge Site
National Historic Landmark - The Palmer Site is the location of a Skidi Pawnee village occupied from 1804 to 1844. The village was visited by numerous personalities including Major George C. Si... Palmer Site
Howard County was established in 1871, the same year St. Paul was established and named the first county seat. In 1877 the first courthouse was built. By 1912 county officials were interested in replacing the aging building. Construction began in 1912
Besides the Museum of Nebraska's Baseball Greats be sure to see these other baseball-related sites and events.
* Historic Baseball Mural - Howard Avenue on the historic Cushman Building in the city park.
* American Legion Baseball Fields - Declared as some of the best in the state.
History comes alive at the historic Gruber House, which is a fine example of everyday life at the end of an age of grace and style. Built in 1908, the home reflects the charm of the Victorian era, with furnishings and decor reminiscent of the early 1900
St. Paul's Historical Village consists of seven antique buildings which display a wealth of artifacts from county history.
Farwell Danish Lutheran Church - Some of the rich Danish heritage in Howard County is reflected in the Farwell Danish Lutheran Church. At one time, there were 12