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Merrick County's 100th Year: 1858-1958


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Merrick County's 100th Year: 1858-1958

Table of Contents

(There is no TOC in the original)

 

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In Recognition

1

How Merrick County Got Its "Shape"

2

Centennial Board's Directors & Committees

3

Chronology

4-9

PIONEERS: Some men that blazed the first trails in Merrick Co.

10-11

Extracurricular Activity: Sketches of some of the Merrick Co. Notables

12-18

Archer

19-21

Early Archer - Street Scenes

20

Other Archer Scenes

21

Central City

22-26

Central City Through the Years

23

Here and There - Across the Country

24

The Hord Home Ranch

25

Central City, 1958

26

Silver Creek

27-30

Around Town in Silver Creek

29

Indian Massacre of 1873

30

Memorial Monument at Silver Creek

30

Palmer

31-35

How One Man "Discovered" Gage Valley

32

First Burial in Rose Hill Cemetery

32

Scenes in and around Palmer

33

Newspapers Published in Palmer and other stories

34-35

Clarks

36-39

The Douglas Store at Clarks

37

The Calvil Hartwells and other scenes

37

The Emil Becker Family

39

Chapman

40-41

The Enoch Aurand Family

41

The School House

41

Other "Towns" of Merrick County

42

Churchs of Merrick County

43-56

Educational Development

57-65

Palmer Schools -- 1888-1958

63

Education in Central City

64

Archer Schools

65

Agricultural and Industrial Development

66-70

Then-and-Now (Collage of pictures)

70

Certificate Holders of Merrick Co. Centenial Assoc., Inc

71

Patrons

72

Lone Tree Monument

73


PHOTO, ILLUSTRATIONS LIST


 This reproduction from a copy supplied by
Mary Alice Vampola, Thank you!
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