Brownville loves to share its history. If you are looking for Brownville based genealogical information, or have any requests concerning Brownville history or archives please email your request to: Brownville.History@gmail.com

Helpful Genealogy Links:
Rootsweb Nemaha County, NE Cemeteries...click here.
Rootsweb Nemaha County, NE Community information...click here.
Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska from the Kansas Collection of Books...click here.
NEGenWeb Project, part of The USGenWeb Project...click here.
NEGenWeb Online Library...click here.
Geneology.com's Nemaha County, NE Genealogy Forum...click here.
A Biographical and Genealogical History of Southeastern Nebraska...click here.
General U. S. Grant memorial services, Brownsville, Nebraska, August 8th, 1885...click here.
The History of Nebraska (searchable)...click here.

Looking for information (email Brownville.History@gmail.com):
Family history of the Bulley family including Antoine Bulley, an outfitter for the Santa Fe Trail, said to have resided in Brownville. He had two brothers working for him, the Cheaudeys. He was recorded to be in Buchanan Co., Missouri in 1850.
 


Young Governor Robert Furnas

Group of Laborers and Town Folk

Town Picnic along the Missouri River

Sunday outing with Brownville Depot

The remarkable ferry "Ada Queen of the West"

One of the 1,200 river boats to visit each month

Beekeepers amidst a Brownville orchard

Fishing on the Missouri River

Ladies on the Carson House front porch

Congregation of the Brownville Christian Church

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