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Mowry Bluff Historic Site


category : Archaeology
National Historic Register - Mowry Bluff is a small Upper Republican Phase hamlet occupied during the twelfth century A.D. The site is located on the crest of a high bluff overlooking the Medicine Creek Valley.

Archaeological work at Mowry Bluff and a companion site on the Missouri River provided a framework to re-evaluate late prehistoric cultural history in the Central Plains.


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Historic Barn

Many historic barns can be found throughout the surrounding area. Built without nails in 1887

Cambridge, NE Historic Barns

William H. Faling House

Designed by the renowned architect W.F. Gernandt, the William H. Faling House was artfully constructed from 1907 to 1910. Its neo-classical, Italian architecture combined with its excellently preserved interior create a truly historic landmark.

Cambridge, NE Historic Homes


Cambridge State Aid Bridge

Established by the Nebraska State Legislature in 1911, the state aid bridge program was designed to assist the counties in construction of major river crossings. In February 1913

Cambridge, NE Historic Bridges

McKinley Park

A relaxing life-style in harmony with nature and the true spirit of Cambridge is reflected on the 50 beautiful acres of McKinley Park. Mature swaying Cottonwoods create an umbrella of shade out across the great lawn, inviting visitors to experience Cambridge's "Field of Dreams"

Cambridge, NE Recreation

Things to do Archaeology near Cambridge, NE

Mowry Bluff Historic Site

National Historic Register - Mowry Bluff is a small Upper Republican Phase hamlet occupied during the twelfth century ...

Red Smoke Historic Site

National Historic Register - Red Smoke is one of three Paleo-Indian Tradition sites excavated following World War II ...

Doyle Site

Doyle is one of the finest examples of Woodland culture in the Republican River valley of southwest Nebraska and northwest Ka...

Lovitt Historical Site

Between A.D. 1675-1725 Apache peoples known as the Dismal River Complex (and related to populations in the southwest, eastern...