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History of Brown County, Nebraska. Detailed coverage begins in 1857, and includes settler colonialist interpretation of the relationship between the Sioux, the U.S. government, and colonists.
Written drawing on primary sources collected from early residents by the author. Also contains quotes from interviews with early white settlers. Includes individual sections on Ainsworth, Meadville, Long Pine, and drought in the 1890s.
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Special Collections F672.B8 J6x
Nebraska, local history, Brown County
United States History
Jones, Lillian L., "Days of Yore: Early History of Brown County, Nebraska" (1937). Special Collections. 42.