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Nance County, Nebraska


Belgrade, Nance County, Nebraska

Photos: Landmarks of Belgrade, 1999
Peace Lutheran Church, 1999

Description from the 1890 U. P. R. R. Gazetteer

Belgrade, a post-office and station on the Cedar Rapids branch of the U. P. Ry. in the northwestern part of Nance county, about nine miles north of Fullerton, the county seat. Population, 100.

1890 Residents: Business -- Farmers

Street Map of Belgrade

Belgrade map

See Belgrade from "Nebraska ... Our Towns" project by UNL.


"Early History of Belgrade, NE"

The book, "The History of Belgrade" has been completed and published by Ruthie Imus and Alberta McBride.

Included in the book is "A Brief History of a Live Business Town", written by O. M. Mayfield in 1902; an article on the Pawnee Indians of Nance County, written by Frank McIntyre; "Timber Creek in the Early Eighties" written by George W. Ellsworth; along with many interesting news articles taken from the Belgrade Hearld, and written by Edith Vesey. Included are several photos of early homes and businesses in Belgrade, information and early history of the schools, cemeteries and churches; a listing of all the graduates from Belgrade High School and over 120 family histories, maps and even some surprises!

The history time period covered is from the days of the Indians to the present.

If you are interested in purchasing one of our books please copy and use the form below.

Price per book is $35.00 plus $2.50 for shipping and handling.
Make checks payable and mail to: Ruthie Imus
                                 P. O. Box 95
                                 Belgrade, NE 68623
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Nance Co.

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