Welcome to Sioux County. As it was described in the book, WOLFE STATE GAZETTEER AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY published in the 1880's"Sioux County---Organized in 1884, is bounded on the north by Dakota Territory, east by Cherry, south by Cheyenne counties, and west by Wyoming Territory. It contains about 4,902 squares miles. The county is well watered by numerous streams, the principal ones being Niobrara, Leau qu Court, Snake, Pine and many others. Numerous lakes abound in the northern part, while to the west, sandhills are numerous. Grazing lands are chiefly along the valleys of the streams."
My name is Thelma Nation and I have lived in Sioux county most of my life. I see the beauty and richness of Sioux County on a regular basis. Please e-mail me if there is anything you would like to see added to this site. Thelma Nation
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You will find all the resources available in Harrison. Here is a list of sites you might need.
NEW! WestNE Mail List- This list is open to everyone who is interested in researching in Sioux, Scottsbluff, Banner, Box Butte and Kimball Counties. If you would like to subscribe - send the word "Subscribe" (without the quotes) in the body of a message addressed to:
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Queries- Post your Query here.Surnames - Post your Surnames here
The Newest Additions to the Sioux County Page
NEW!!! Czechs in Nebraska
History - Here is the Andreas project report on Sioux county. This book was published in 1882, so Sioux and the surrounding counties hadn't even been formed yet.
History of Nebraska - Here you will find more history and many biographies and pictures to sort through.
Johnson's History of Nebraska - brief but describes the formation of the county and the current population as of 1877
Nebraska State Historical Society - THEN - a review of county officers and early history of the county.
Nebraska State Historical Society - NOW -
Newpaper articles of Sioux County - Get a taste of the history and formation of Sioux County from the local sources. Also read about Red Cloud and the Pawnee and Sioux Tribes.
Early Days of Sioux County - Read all about life in the settlement days and who was doing the daily important things to bring recognition to this end of the state.
Civil War Pensioners on the Roll
- This was
transcribed by Alice Miller
and has information for Sioux and other counties available. Thank
This one deals only with Sioux County.
Offices and Towns
Sioux County then.....
Harrison This is the only populated area in Sioux County with a year around population of 291 citizens.
*Malinda: a post office recently established in Box Butte county. (part of Sioux Co., 1910)
For a look at cities and towns in Sioux County, Nebraska take a look here and pick your spot.
District 23 Elementary
District 33 Elementary
Hill View Elementary
Little Cottonwood School
School Number 26
School Number 49
Scottsbluff to the South
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NEGenWeb "County Unknown"
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Nebraska NEGenWeb Archives
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Nebraska NEGenWeb Resource Center
New Projects, new ideas, new volunteers, more is being added all the time. See what is available to research.
Nebraska State Historical Society
All the microfilm you could ever hope to see is located here. If something was filmed, they usually have a copy of it
Nebraska State Genealogical Society
Great benefits to their members, help with surnames, locations, many valuable aids in researching the Nebraska branch of your family tree.
Cyndi's List of Nebraska Sites
Leave it to Cyndi Howell to come up with a complete listing of everything for our state. Cyndi's List is constantly being revised and is one of the Top 10 starting points for Genealogy research in any location. These are the Nebraska links only.
Old Time Nebraska - Stories our Ancestors told. Daily living, adventures, and true as the the authors words. Nebraska was not an easy place to live in but hear what a new home meant to our pioneers.
Great Links - hard to find items that may help in your search
Nebraska Railroads - there is hardly a county anywhere in the state that is not effected by the Railroad. Find a bit of history and how they helped make the frontier liveable.
The USGenWeb Project - this is how we got started and what we are doing now.
The USGenWeb Archives - this is where you can search all the files that are currently in the data base for the USGenWeb. Lots of good information here.
The USGenWeb Census Project - Want to located a census reading for a certain area or person? Here is the place to look
The USGenWeb Tombstone Project - Want to know where that cemetery is and what the stone says? Here is where to look.
Roots L - Here is a list of mailing lists you may be interested in. National in scope.
RootsWeb Did you ever wonder how this is all being done and why? Here is the answer.
Rootsweb Surname List (RSL) Here you can check and post a national query for that elusive surname you have been looking for.
Cyndi's List - This is the national and world wide site. If it has to do with Genealogy, Cyndi has it somewhere on her list. There are new entries and corrections being made every single day, so be sure to check it out often.
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