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Pioneer Country, Nebraska

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From original homestead cabins to the architectural wonders of the State Capitol, the Land of the Pioneers is a rich and exciting land to explore. Historic attractions and events in the river towns of the east complement the prairie experience, ethnic cultures, and modern highlights found in towns and cities to the west. If variety is the spice of your life, you'll love touring this area.

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Limestone/Independence Day

The annual Limestone/Independence Day Celebration is a combined celebration of two former events, Limestone Days and Fourth of July.

Weeping Water, NE Festivals

Johnson County Historical Society Museum

The Johnson County Historical Society Museum complex consists of three historic buildings with the main building and the rural schoolhouse located at one site and the Old Jail standing on its original location nearby. The main museum is housed in the historic Christian Church that was built in 1888

Tecumseh, NE Museums

Log Cabin - Home - Post Office

Superior's original building, a log cabin, was built by William Louden and several of his friends in 1872. The building served as a home, post office and trading post. As acting postmaster, Louden (paid $1 per month for his efforts) established "daily service,"

Superior, NE Museums

Public Archery Range and Nature Walking Trail

Welcome to Southeast Nebraska's Public Archery Range and Nature Walking Trail! The handicap accessible practice range features 8 fixed fiberboard targets ranging from 10 to 80

Wymore, NE Sporting Ranges

Yorkshire Playhouse

The completion of the Yorkshire Playhouse in downtown York was a milestone for the community and the many volunteers and donors

York, NE Arts

Lofte Community Theatre

The Lofte Community Theatre is excellence in family entertainment and professional in quality performances. The uniqueness of it's building and rural location make this theatre a fun experience that keeps comedy and musical buffs coming back season after season. After 29

Weeping Water, NE Theatres

Pawnee County Courthouse

With its location near the Missouri River, an important early transportation link, Pawnee was among the first counties in the state, having been organized in 1856. After two elections in 1856

Pawnee City, NE Historic Courthouses

Indian Cave State Park

Nestled on the banks of the Missouri River on Nebraska'

Shubert, NE State Parks

Exeter Mural

This vivid mural, painted by Greg Holdren in 1998, shows activity in the town of Exeter in the early 1900s.

When Exeter was incorporated in 1879

Exeter, NE Arts

Historical Walking Tour

While strolling along the sidewalks on Main Street stop and read the historical plaques placed on the fronts of the buildings that chronical the merchants that have occupied these structures from the 1900s to the present.

From a saloon in 1909, to a mortuary, to the Ritz Theater in 1936

Deshler, NE Tours

Tecumseh City Hall

Tecumseh's city hall was erected in 1890, at the cost of just over $4,000, and is another of the fanciful architectural treasures of the historic district listed on the National Register of Historic Places

Tecumseh, NE National Register

The Carnegie Building

This Colonial-style building was erected in 1908 by the Ladies Library Association under the Carnegie endowment program. The building is a striking example of Colonial and Dutch Colonial architecture. The Ladies Library Association was founded March 29, 1882. A frame building was erected in 1887

Superior, NE Carnegie Libraries

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