Historic Places in Cedar County

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Hartington - Cedar County Courthouse (1892): Romanesque Revival style.

- Cedar County Historical Museum: Hugo Woebbens wood carving collection; exhibit building with surrey, funeral coach, old horse barn. 304 W. Franklin

- City Hall and Auditorium: Completed in 1922, Prairie Style

Laural - Couser Barn (1912-13): Twelve-sides frame barn; the only "round" barn in Cedar County.

Menominee - Franz Zavadill Farmstead: Retains most structures used in the farming operations of the Zavadil families from the 1870s to now.

- St. Boniface Catholic Church Complex: 1886 church and 1923 school, utilizing native chalk rock in their construction.

- Meridian Bridge (1924) - Connects Yankton, S.D. with rural Cedar County. U.S. Hwy 81

St. Helena - Bow Valley Mills (1868)

- Schulte Archeological Site: Rural St. Helena

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Cedar County Historical Museum

The original museum was built as a private home in 1900. The house was donated to the Historical Society in 1964 by the A. K. Lammers daughters. Since that time, the Society has collected a

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Hartington Golf Course

The Hartington Golf Course, one of the premier golf courses in Northeast Nebraska, is located west of Highway 15 on Felber Street. The 9-hole course features a mixture of tree-lined holes over varying terrain. The course record of 29 was set in 1994

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Gavin's Point Dam

Gavin's Point Dam, part of the 1944 Pick-Sloan Plan, plays an important role in the successful operation of the six main stem dams and reservoirs on the Upper Missouri River Basin. The dam was completed in 1957 at a cost of $51 million.

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Felber Park

This beautiful facility features a baseball and football field, municipal swimming pool (handicap accessible), tennis courts, basketball court, volleyball courts, and playground equipment. The tennis,

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Hartington City Auditorium

Construction of the Hartington City Auditorium began in the spring of 1922 and was completed in 1923. The building was designed by Sioux City architect, William Steele, who formerly worked for Louis H. Sullivan, a prominent member of the Chicago School of Architecture. Listed on the

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