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History of Gage County, Nebraska, a narrative of the past, with special emphasis upon the pioneer period of the county's history, its social, commercial, educational, religious, and civic development from the early days to the present time

History of Gage County, Nebraska, a narrative of the past, with special emphasis upon the pioneer period of the county's history, its social, commercial, educational, religious, and civic development from the early days to the present time

Fonte : Internet Archive

History of Gage County, Nebraska, a narrative of the past, with special emphasis upon the pioneer period of the county's history, its social, commercial, educational, religious, and civic development from the early days to the present time

History of Gage County, Nebraska, a narrative of the past, with special emphasis upon the pioneer period of the county's history, its social, commercial, educational, religious, and civic development from the early days to the present time

Fonte : Internet Archive

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French Explorers and Missionaries - Robert Cavalier de La Salle - The New World - Louisiana.


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Young Scenes at Ash Hollow ....Peter J. De Smet, S.J Freighting Scenes Along the Oregon Trail Concord Stage-coach ....Ar-k..-ke-ta, Head


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French Explorers and Missionaries - Robert Cavalier de La Salle - The New World - Louisiana Nothing in human history


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of that historic stream by Hernando de Soto, in 1541, and its exploration in part by him and the wandering


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The name of Robert Cavalier de La Salle will be forever spoken with respect by every man who


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of all French governors, Count Louis de Frontenac, who, like La Salle, foresaw the approaching struggle for the continent between


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The New France of Robert Cavalier de La Salle and of Frontenac, conii)rising Canada, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, the


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1682, when Robert Cavalier de La Salle from a lonely eminence on the delta of the Mississipi


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to connect the expedition of Francisco Vasquez de Coronado, in 1540, with Nebraska. It is claimed that this expedition not


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the traveler sped his way Peter J. De Smet, S. J. with a feeling of joy and exhilaration. But not


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large audiences. Amongst these were Thomas De Witt Talmage, a noted clergyman of the past generation: e.x-President Hayes, Sam Jones,


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and is a son of George and Mary (Webb) De Bolt, both natives of Indiana, where their marriage was solemnized.


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marriage was solemnized. In 1866 George De Bolt removed with his family to Sterling, Illinois, but in the following year


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three brothers, William, George and Henry De Bolt, each bearing a personal name spelled according to the French method and


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historic Old Dominion -· Virginia. Isaac De Bolt, grandfather of him whose name initiates this article, was born and reared


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Walter H. De Bolt was born at Edinburg, Johnson county, Indiana, on the 27th of


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bear in gaining advancement for Mr. De Bolt. who has depended entirely upon his own ability and resources in making


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Walter H. De Bolt was a lad of about seven years at the time when


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schools. Through his own resources Mr. De Bolt defrayed the expenses of his course in the ' Iowa Normal School


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also John Pletscher, and Walter H. De Bolt.


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the day w-hen the Rev. Thomas De Witt Talmage preached to the nuiltitude.


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In that district of Germany Harm M. De Buhr was born June 12, 1865, and he was ten years of


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and enterprise his personal advancement, Mr. De Buhn has at all times been mindful of his civic responsibilities and has


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in 188'> Mr. De Buhr wedded Miss Minnie I'.hnian, whose father, the late William Ehman, was numbered


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Henry Ehman, a brother of Mrs. De Buhr. In the coneluding paragra])h of this article is given brief record concerning


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Mr. De Piuhr has erected good farm buildings on his homestead, the small house that


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the children of Mr. and .Mrs. De-Buhr:


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Hollingworth to Aliss Anna L. De Witt, who was born in Montgomery county, Illinois, and they have but


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Utah , Annie, wife of Earnest De Haven, a soldier in the engineering corps of the United States Army, Esther


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Iowa, and a daughter of John and Clara (Post) DeYoung, natives of I^Iolland, and Iowa respectively. Mr. De Young came


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13, 1901, he married Miss Marie De Young, a native of Iowa, and a daughter of John and Clara (Post)


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of I^Iolland, and Iowa respectively. Mr. De Young came with his family to Nebraska in 1897, settling in Lancaster county.


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Minnie is the wife of Harm De Buhr, of Hanover township , Jennie is the widow of John W. Parde