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Directional Stone Marker


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Directional Stone Marker


This stone marker has been moved from its original location and placed just north of the Nebraska Historical Marker of the John Hollman grave.


It is inscribed - "TO THE PIONEERS WHO TRAVELED THIS TRAIL, erected by GARDEN CO.



Address: Highway 26 North

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