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Nebraska map Keya Paha County

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Springview,the county seat, in Keya Paha County, is located in north central Nebraska just 13 miles from the South Dakota border. State Highway 12, the Outlaw Trail, runs through the full length of the county east and west. US Highway 183 comes from South Dakota through Springview and makes its way 150 miles south to Interstate 80.

Welcome to Keya Paha County.

About your Coordinator's Doris Harris and Sandi McCoy

Doris lives in Utah, but grew up in Brown County, neighbor to Keya Paha County.
Sandi grew up and lives in Springview, county seat of Keya Paha county.
Sandi will be able to answer your questions and queries.

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Neighboring Counties

Tripp Co., SD
Boyd Co., NE
Holt Co., NE
South East
Rock Co., NE
Brown Co., NE
Cherry Co., NE
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NEGenWeb was formed June 15, 1996, when Dale Schneider created the Nebraska Genealogy Project as a part of the USGenWeb Genealogy Project. At that time, there was very little available on the web for those who were researching genealogy in Nebraska. Over the next year, volunteers were recruited to coordinate the webpages for each county. These volunteers were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the county webpages, which would include listing information on where to look in that county for genealogical research. Contact the volunteer shown on the county page if you have a desire to help or add your data to the database. You may notice a message on a county page indicating it is available for adoption. If you would like to adopt one of these counties, please contact the current coordinator of the page, whose name is listed on their county site, or the State Coordinator.

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