|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 515, no. 5171.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||41 p., 1 leaf|
|Number of Pages||41|
Saunders County Nebraska; Saunders County History Hardcover – January 1, by Ruth - Chairman ( "Written By the People of Saunders County" Author: Ruth - Chairman "Written By the People of Saunders County" } Lindquist. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes indexes, brief history of Saunders County, brief biographies and portraits of early Saunders County residents, and maps of Nebraska and the United States. LC copy imperfect: Wanting approx. lower 1/3 of title page, t.p. separated from binding, table of contents also partially missing. Vendor: John Carbonell. Kansas Collection Books:Written by William Cutler and published by Andreas in , this extraordinary book provides a detailed and comprehensive history of Nebraska. An essential reference. Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska - Saunders Co. Part 5. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available History of Saunders County, Nebraska Moses Stocking. E. Andrews, Printer, - Saunders County (Neb.) - 41 pages. 0 Reviews.
Past and Present of Saunders County, Nebraska: A Record of Settlement, Organization, Progress and Achievement, Volume 2 Charles Perky S.J. Clarke publishing Company, - Saunders County . Saunders County (Neb.) -- Biography, Sarpy County (Neb.) -- Biography, genealogy Publisher Chicago, Ill.: Biographical Publishing Co. Collection allen_county; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English. Anton Jansa, Zdaslav near Klatovy. Jansa came to Chicago, Illinois in , then to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and shortly thereafter to Omaha, where he lived until and where he was married to Miss Nemecek. In he settled in Fremont, which was a trading point for the Bohemians in Saunders County and the eastern half of Butler County. Saunders County, Nevada: Early days in Saunders County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a project of the Federal Writers Seller Rating: % positive.
The Saunders County Historical Society was established in by 30 charter members who realized the importance of preserving history and artifacts. "The purpose of the Saunders County Historical Society is to collect and preserve objects (artifacts) and information which illustrate the history of Saunders County, Nebraska and its people. Saunders County was created by the Territorial Legislature on Jan. 26, and at that time was named Calhoun County. But the name Calhoun was not popular among early settlers in the territory, as a government surveyor by that name was suspected of corruption and graft. The first general election held in Saunders County was on the 8th of October, , when a full list of county officers was chosen and the county seat located at the Town of Ashland. The definite organization of the county was not accomplished, however, until the general election held on . Peter Kastl was the first Czech settler in Saunders County according to the book "History of Czechs in Nebraska" published in He arrived in , choosing to settle near Plasi because the rolling land there was reminiscent of his native Bohemia.