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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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Campbell Bros. Circus Mural

The Campbell Bros. Circus and other highlights of historic Fairbury are captured on this mural on the side of Globe Rexall Drugstore in downtown Fairbury.

The picture was created by Echo & Jeff Easton & Greg Holdren. The scene is 140 feet long & 38

Fairbury, NE Arts

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

Old American Exchange Bank Building

The following is an abbreviated version of the bank history as first written by Richard Clements on November 18, 1983.

The American Exchange Bank was incorporated July 13, 1889 and bank business began on September 9, 1889

Elmwood, NE


Carnegie Library - NHR

Constructed in 1911 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the library is a good example of the Jacobethan Revival style. It was designed by the architectural firm of Fisher and Lawrie of Omaha. Funding to build the library was provided by Andrew

Ashland, NE Carnegie Libraries

Crooked Creek Country Club Golf Course

Golfers can enjoy a challenging nine-hole grass greens golf course. The Crooked Creek Country Club Golf Course is open to the public with memberships available. Rental carts are available;

Clay Center, NE Recreation

Stagecoach SRA

Stagecoach State Recreation Area, like other areas in the Salt Valley, provides a variety of outdoor activities the whole family will enjoy in its 802 acre park. Although not as large as some of the other reservoirs, the 195

Hickman, NE Recreation

Oregon Trail Marker

The Oregon Trail entered Nebraska near Lanham on the Southern border of the state. View the marker and discover the hardships of the pioneers on the Oregon Trail. Over 300,000 persons crossed into Nebraska at this point as they journeyed west.

Lanham, NE Historical Markers

Deshler City Park

The Desher City Park covers 10

Deshler, NE Recreation

Family Fun

City Parks - Geneva's main city park is located at 13th and E Streets. The park contains new handicapped accessible playground equipment, ball fields, new tennis courts, a sand volleyball court, an outdoor swimming pool, and picnic facilities. Geneva also

Geneva, NE Recreation

Bell-Jenne House Museum

This Italiante-style house was built in 1881 and features an unusual decorative hardwood floor in the sitting room, classic furniture, painting by noted regional artist, Alice Cleaver, and details of political interest; such as, the coat and tails worn by Governor Arthur Weaver at his 1929

Falls City, NE Museums

Iron Horse Trail Recreation Area

Quietly nestled in the southeast corner of Pawnee County, Iron Horse Trail Lake is an 85-acre lake situated within the 360-acre recreation area named for the historic railroad trail which winds through the park's wilderness. The dam was completed in 1983

DuBois, NE Recreation

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