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Keim Stone Arch Bridge - NHR


category : National Register

As indicated by a plate on the bridge itself, the Keim Stone Arch was built in 1916 by the Keim Cement
Company. The Keim Cement Company was one of the primary bridge builders in the county, and appears to
have been the only builder of stone bridges and culverts. The Keim Stone Arch Bridge, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is
a rare, well-preserved example of early twentieth century stone arch bridge construction: the only surviving stone
bridge built by this prominent local bridge builder.



Address: 3 miles east on Hwy 136, one mile north

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Memorial Cannon

This replica of a World War I cannon stands on the west courthouse lawn in memory of the USS Maine destroyed in the Havana Harbor, February 15, 1898.

Tecumseh, NE Memorials

Old Johnson County Jail

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Tecumseh, NE Pioneer Life

Barney Oldfield Exhibit

Johnson County has a very well-known citizen in the person of Col. Barney Oldfield. Col. Oldfield started his military career with an ROTC membership when he was attending the University of Nebraska where he graduated in 1933

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Chief Tecumseh

The town of Tecumseh, Nebraska was named after the great Shawnee (Shawenese) Indian Chief Tecumseh born in 1768. At the moment of his birth a comet flashed low across the sky. His father, who was a respected Shawnee warrior named Puckesinwa, named his son "Tecumseh" or "

Tecumseh, NE Indian Heritage

Tecumseh Historic District - NHR

Overlooking the north fork of the Big Nemaha River in southeast Nebraska's Drift Hills region, Tecumseh has been the county seat of Johnson County since the county's organization in 1856-57

Tecumseh, NE National Register

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Little Nemaha River Bridge - NHR

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