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Name Webster County (Neb.) -- History

Associated Records

Image of RG0942.AM - RG0942 Methodist Episcopal Church (Cowles, Neb.)

RG0942.AM - RG0942 Methodist Episcopal Church (Cowles, Neb.)

This collection consists of three volumes of manuscript material arranged in one series: 1) Church Records, 1885-1938. Included are membership, baptismal, and marriage records, 1885-1938, as well as historical material on the Methodist Episcopal Church of Cowles, Nebraska and the Methodist Episcopal Church of Eckley, Nebraska. The Methodist Episcopal Church of Eckley joined with the Cowles Methodist Episcopal Church in November 1938.

Image of RG0949.AM - RG0949 Riley, Paul Davis, 1936-1981

RG0949.AM - RG0949 Riley, Paul Davis, 1936-1981

The Riley collection contains large amounts of material related to the history of Nebraska and its people. There are four series: 1) Research Materials; 2) Correspondence, 1973-1975; 3) Vertical File Materials; and 4) Miscellaneous Materials. Series 1, Research Materials, encompasses over half of the entire collection. Included here are mainly transcriptions of newspaper clippings organized by subject. Substantial material can be found specifically relating to Webster County history, Willa Cather, cattle ranching, various forts, the Pawnee tribe, and the genealogy of many pioneering families. Series 2, Correspondence, 1973-75, is a small series of Rileyís letters to and from individuals

Image of RG0949.AM - RG0949 Riley, Paul Davis, 1936-1981

RG0949.AM - RG0949 Riley, Paul Davis, 1936-1981

The Riley collection contains large amounts of material related to the history of Nebraska and its people. There are four series: 1) Research Materials; 2) Correspondence, 1973-1975; 3) Vertical File Materials; and 4) Miscellaneous Materials. Series 1, Research Materials, encompasses over half of the entire collection. Included here are mainly transcriptions of newspaper clippings organized by subject. Substantial material can be found specifically relating to Webster County history, Willa Cather, cattle ranching, various forts, the Pawnee tribe, and the genealogy of many pioneering families. Series 2, Correspondence, 1973-75, is a small series of Rileyís letters to and from individuals