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Lester E. Sherfey ( 1969 ) Soil Survey , McPherson County , Nebraska (
Washington DC : GPO ) ... The Official State Atlas of Nebraska ( 1885 ) (
Philadelphia : Everts & Kirk ) , map on p.122 , Cherry ... Information about these
families has been sifted and summarized from the intertwined family details found
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Author: Charles Barron McIntosh
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
Charles Barron McIntosh has devoted a lifetime of scholarship to the history of human activity on Nebraska’s Sand Hills, the spare, beautiful land that occupies much of western Nebraska. From carefully deciphering Native American occupancy through rigorous analysis of thousands of arrowheads, to patiently combing through decades of courthouse land title transaction records, McIntosh has mastered the sweep of centuries of human interaction with the land. We learn how the land shapes humankind, far more than pride would have us believe, and we see that perhaps our real success lies in learning how to live with the land, rather than attempting to master it. The Nebraska Sand Hills reflects McIntosh’s lifetime of learning, reading, questioning, analyzing—in short, everything it means to be a scholar; seldom are these efforts so well demonstrated. His affection for this unique landscape is present on every page.
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Cemetery in Maxwell , Nebraska , opened in 1873 to consolidate twenty - two
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Author: Arlene H. Eakle
Identifies and describes genealogical research materials and offers assistance in using the data
LIST OF MAPS AND PHOTOGRAPHS Photograph of Nathan Cornelius Prall and
Nora May Miller An example of a ... Fillmore County , Nebraska Map of Part of
Palmyra Township , Warren County , Iowa William Penn McPherson and the ...
Author: Richard Dwight Prall
Publisher: Geno's Copy Center
Duncan McPherson was born in Scotland. He emigrated and married Sarah in about 1812, probably in North Carolina. They had two known sons, John Templeton McPherson (ca.1813-1876) and Randal McPherson (1815-1883). John married Hannah Hadley in 1840 in Morgan County, Indiana. They had nine children. Randal moved to Iowa and married Sabina Holiday. They had ten children. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in Indiana, Nebraska, Iowa, Pennsylvania and Maryland.
Author: Library of Congress
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