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Nehmaha County adjoins Nebraska on the south, and is the third county of Kansas in the northern tier west of the Missouri River. It is bounded on the east by Brown and Jackson Counties, on the south by Jackson and Pottawatomie, and on the west by Marshall. Its size is twenty-four miles east and west, and thirty miles north and south, its area comprising 460,800 acres of land, 247,117 acres of which is divided into farms in the counties; contains about 87 per cent. of prairie and 10 per cent. of bottom lands, the amount of timber being estimated at about 3 per cent.

 

County Seat:Seneca, Kansas

Date organized:1855

County History:

Cutler's History of the State of Kansas, Nemaha County 

Historic Landmarks, State, National:

  1. Old Albany Schoolhouse
  2. Places in Nemaha County 
  3. Masonic Temple in Seneca, Kansas 

County Historical Society:

Nemaha County Historical Society 

Websites about the county:

  1. Nemaha County Government 
  2. City of Seneca,Kansas
  3. City of Bern,Kansas
  4. City of Corning,Kansas on Wikipedia
  5. City of Goff,Kansas on Wikipedia
  6. City of Oneida,Kansas on Wikipedia
  7. City of Sabetha, Kansas 

 

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