L.C. Barrow and D. R. Dungan, prominent evangelists of the early 1880's, were instrumental in establishing the First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in Ashland, Nebraska.
This little band of... First Christian Church (DOC)
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church is a fine example of Gothic Revival architecture. Board and batten construction
adds to its individuality, and the building has undergone only minor alterations since its construction in 1872. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Opened in September 1996 on the site of an old limestone quarry, this 18-hole, championship course is considered the state's most beautiful and challenging course. Carved out of a forest, the 7,000-yard layout, with steep, sloping fairways, uses a quarry as a water hazard.
The two-story brick and stone commercial building, which was constructed in 1889 in the Richardsonian
Romanesque style, was designed by the architectural firm of I. and I. Hodgson, Jr., with offices in Omaha and
Portland, Oregon. Between 1889 and 1947
Many of the homes in Ashland carry a legacy of their own with some residences dating back over 100 years, and a majority of these are still lived in. One of these historic homes is over 135 years old and is still lived in without much visible change in its exterior appearance.