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The Nonpareil - Mar. 3, 1898 - Aug. 18, 1898

• THE NONPAREIL'S •

History of Merrick County

• From "the beginning" until the year 1895.

Table of Articles

(Note: there was no table of contents or articles published in connection with this history)

Issue Date
Chapters
Chapter Title
March 3, 1898
Introduction & Chapter I.
"In the Beginning"
March 10, 1898
Chapter II (part)
The Early Settlers.
March 17, 1898
Chapter II (Concl.)

March 24, 1898
Chapter III
Merrick County.--1858-1870
March 31, 1898
Chapter IV & V (part)
A Dry Platte & Military History
April 7, 1898
Chapter V (concl.) & VI (part)
The Indians Again
April 14, 1898
Chapter VI (concl.)
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April 21, 1898
Chapter VII & VIII & IX (part)
The Union Pacific & School Organization
April 28, 1898
Chapter IX (concl) & X & XI
Earliest Criminals & Tornado of '71 & Blizzard of '72
May 5, 1898
Chapter XII
Lone Tree Station
May 12, 1898
Chapter XIII & XIV (part)
The Midland Pacific & Journalism 1872-75
May 19, 1898
Chapter XIV (concl) & XV
Religious History
May 26, 1898
Chapter XV (concl) & XVI (part)
Grasshopper Years
June 2, 1898
Chapter XVI (concl) & XVII
The Mill Question
June 9, 1898
Chapter XVIII
The Midland Pacific Again
June 16, 1898
Chapter XIX
Lone Tree Becomes Central City
June 23,1898
Chapter XX
The Burlington Comes
June 30, 1898
Chapter XXI
The Storm of 1878
July 7, 1898
A Chapter of Relics
(County Paper Extracts)
July 14, 1898
Chapter XXII (part)
Our Towns (Central City & Clarks)
July 21, 1898
Chapter XXII (concl)
(Silver Creek, Chapman, Palmer & Archer)
July 28, 1898
Chapter XXIII (part)
Merrick County.--1880-1895
August 4, 1898
Chapter XXIII (concl)
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August 11, 1898
Chapter XXIV (part)
Nebraska Central College
August 18, 1898
Chapter XXIV (concl)
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from these same newspapers

"In Memoriam"
collection of articles by "Old Settler"

Articles & "Editorial Comment"
related to the Spanish American War

1898 News-bits
news from adjacent columns, editorials, politics - mostly copied by accident



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