PLACES

Nemaha County Historical Sites and Towns

Click on the town name for more details about each historic place

Baileyville:

Clear Creek Camelback Truss Bridge (1861) – 0.5 mile west of FAS 485, 6.8 miles north of Baileyville
Coordinates: 39°56’22” N, 96°11’34” W

Marion Township Hall (1895) – Main and First Street

Bern

Centralia – City Lake

Corning

Goff

Oneida

Sabetha:

Albany Schoolhouse (1857) – 2 miles north of Sabetha

U.S. Post Office (1936) – 122 South 9th Street

Seneca:

Masonic Temple – Temple of Honor

Seneca Main Street Historic District (1880’s) – 301-612 Main Street

Pony Express Museum (A.J.Felt Block) (1880)

Hand Dug City Water Well – 301 North 11th Street

Historic Jail and Sheriff

Prairie Grove School (1886) – Township Road H, SW of intersection with Township Road 232

U.S. Post Office (1936) – 607 Main Street

Universalist Church (now the Seneca Free Library) (1867)

Lake Nemaha Dam Guardrail  (1936) – 5.12 miles south of Seneca on Highway 63

Conrad Droge Farm (1874)  – 232 Township Road I

Seneca Chamber of Commerce

St. Benedict:

St. Mary’s Catholic Church (1891)

Wetmore:

Bancroft Depot (1887) – 6.5 miles south of Wetmore