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Frontier County was founded in January 1872 in an Indian tepee near the mouth of Clifford Canyon.  When it came time to name the new county, the fact that it was located in what was referred to at that time as part of the Nebraska frontier led organizers to name it as such. According to history there was no pen, ink or pencil with which the agreement could be drawn up and signed, so a mixture of charcoal and water was made and each man signed his name with a pointed stick dipped in the thick black substance. The document was approved by the legislature in 1873.

Frontier County is in southwestern Nebraska and is bordered by Lincoln, Dawson, Gosper, Furnas, Red Willow and Hayes Counties. The 2000 population was 3099.

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PLEASE NOTE...

I do not live in Nebraska and am unable to help you with local research.

However, you might elect to try the Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness website at http://www.raogk.org. They have volunteers who have offered to help researchers with local research in their respective counties. Often the work is done for little to no compensation. It's likely you'll find someone in or near Frontier County that can help you.


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