Come visit us in Clay Center, Nebraska
On a cold March night in 1885
The Clay County Historical Society is proud to welcome you to their fine museum complex which was made a reality in 1980 to exhibit and protect the county's artifacts and archival materials.
The Clay County Courthouse was built in 1918, replacing a brick structure that was built in 1881. The courthouse stands in the center square of downtown Clay Center surrounded by 30
Scientists at the Roman L. Hruska U.S. Meat Animal Research
Center (MARC) develop new technology in order to increase the
efficiency of livestock production and benefit consumers. The
MARC was authorized by Congress on June 16, 1964
St. Martin's Catholic Church was designed by architect James H. Craddock in the Gothic Revival style and was erected in 1907-8. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places
The Ox-Bow Trail started at Nebraska City, went northwest to the Platte River and then southwest to Fort Kearney. The trai...