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Gordon
Gordon

Photo by Alan J. Bartels The community of Gordon was founded at the site of a solitary willow tree on the banks of the Antelope Creek. The lone tree served as a landmark for Indians and early pioneers and was a popular meeting place. The tree is still alive on the eastern edge of town. Cowboy mem

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Mari Sandoz Historical Marker
Mari Sandoz Historical Marker

Enjoy Countryside Solace Near Gordon The Mari Sandoz Historical Marker is in a valley of natural lakes 30 miles south of Gordon on Highway 27. Follow the signs from there east to Mari’s Grave on the Sandoz homestead and see the still-producing fruit orchards planted by her father, “Ol

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Scamahorn Museum
Scamahorn Museum

The Scamahorn Museum is a restored 1880s Methodist church and houses local history exhibits, military displays, Native American artifacts, pioneer and agricultural tools and genealogical records. The museum is the oldest building in Gordon and is named for the founder of the community, the Rev. John

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Tri-State Old Time Cowboy Museum
Tri-State Old Time Cowboy Museum

See How Cowboys lived in Gordon, Nebraska Cowboy memorabilia from the late 1800s through the present day is displayed at the Tri-State Old Time Cowboy Museum at the Gordon City Park at Fourth and Oak streets. An impressive collection of cattle brands burned into wood helps explain the area’s

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