The Spielman House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has been owned by Delmar and Elaine Chamberlain since 1981 and exhibits both Queen Anne and NeoClassical
Revival detailing in its design. Built in 1906, the house boasts 14
Pelican Point is a 36 acre tract of land adjacent to
the Missouri River. The park offers the only public boat ramp access to the river in the area. The minimum fee campground has 24 pads available for $5.00.
John Henry Stork came to Burt County from Prussia in 1864 and settled on a farm in Arizona Precinct near
Tekamah. Stork later built the log house and in September 1871 received his homestead patent from the U.S.
The one-room schoolhouse is located on the grounds of the Burt County Museum. It was built in 1903, and was formerly known as the Nolana School in rural Burt County, It was moved to the museum complex in 1988.
The Burt County Museum is located in the E.C. Houston House built for Emsley Clinton Houston. Houston was the owner and founder of the
Houston Lumber Company in Tekamah and also served as vice president of the First National Bank of