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Lincoln County Courthouse. This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places By the United States Department of the Interior
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100th Meridian. Geological Astronomic Survey 41° - 08' West 100th Meridian Moved from Lot 8 Block 98 original town, by Lincoln County Historical Society June 27, 1940 Originally erected in 1864 Hauled to North Platte by ox team
Old Glory Blowout. In commemoration of the "Old Glory Blowout" July 4, 1882 This event held in Lincoln County Nebraska, was the manifestation of a dream that became a reality as the: "Buffalo Bill's Wild West" and wa…
With the faith and courage oftheir forefathers who made
possible the freedom of theseUnited States
The Boy Scouts of America
dedicate this copy of the
Statue of Liberty as a pledgeof everlasting fidelity and
loyaltyThe Crusade to strengthen l…
(side 1)Dedicated June 15, 2002
Cold Springsadded station
Jul. 1, 1861 - Nov. 20, 1861
Located 1600' southbyLincoln County
James StreteskyNebraskaland Days, Inc.
Nebraskaland National Bank
North Platte/Lincoln County CVB
Lincoln County Hist…
Cody, Frank and Luther North were for a time partners in a ranch located along the Dismal River in Nebraska.
This cabin was their headquarters. The cabin was moved from its original location to the Bratt Ranch in 1882.
Nate Trego later purchased…
Built in 1886 at a cost of $3,900.00 Cody left planning of the house to his sister, Julia Goodman. Patrick Walsh was contracted to build the two-story, nine room house, with its numerous closets and pantries. The house is in second Empire Style wi…
The scourge of every war has been service personnel that are missing in action or have not been accounted for as prisoners of war, and sadly, there is no definite closure for the loved ones, friends and comrades in arms of those for whom there has…
Sioux Lookout, the highest point in Lincoln County, was a prominent landmark on the overland trails.
From its lofty summit the development of the West unfolded before the eyes of the Sioux and other Indians.
Trappers and traders came by here in…
The fort was established on the Oregon Trail on the south side of the Platte River in October 1863, on the eve of intensified Indian raids on the Plains.
Built next to the well-known Cottonwood Springs and McDonald ranch, it commanded a strategic…