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Reconnaissance survey final report of Thomas County, Nebraska
Save America"s Heritage (Organization)
|Other titles||Reconnaissance survey report of Thomas County, Nebraska., Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey reconnaissance survey final report of Thomas County, Nebraska.|
|Statement||prepared for Nebraska State Historical Society, State Historic Preservation Office by Save America"s Heritage ; John Kay, principal investigator ; David Anthone, asst. principal investigator ; Robert Kay, photographer ; with historic overview by Christina Hugly.|
|Contributions||Hugly, Christina., Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey., Nebraska State Historical Society. State Historic Preservation Office.|
|LC Classifications||F672.T4 S28 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 140 p. :|
|Number of Pages||140|
|LC Control Number||90621299|
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Reconnaissance survey final report of Thomas County, Nebraska [Christina. ; Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey. ; Nebraska State Historical Society. Save America's Heritage (Organization) Hugly] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Save America's Heritage (Organization) Hugly, Christina.
; Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey. ; Nebraska State Historical Society. An overview of the historic development of Thomas County is provided. This historic context helped to inform the decisions regarding eligibility.
A discussion of the survey methodology, architectural styles and associated historic contexts of properties documented within the survey area is provided in the report. Get this from a library. Reconnaissance survey final report of Thomas County, Nebraska. [Christina Hugly; Save America's Heritage (Organization); Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey.; Nebraska State Historical Society.
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In the Nebraska license plate system, Merrick County is represented by the prefix 46 (it had the 46th-largest number of vehicles registered in the state when the. A Historic Survey is the first step taken by our State Historic Preservation Office to support community-led preservation initiatives.
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Paterson Governor Lorraine A. Cortés-Vázquez Secretary of State.The public information contained herein is furnished as a public service by Thomas County. The map, all associated data, and measurements are approximate and not to be used for any official purpose.
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