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Nebraska State Gazetteer,
Business Directory and Farmers List
for 1890-1891


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Dorp  Gandy  Logan  Nesbit

 page 144 (provided by Donna Bay)

  Dorp, a postoffice in the southwestern part of Logan county, eight miles west of Gandy.

page 186

   Gandy, the county seat of Logan county, in the Loup river valley, has been continually progressing since the time it was platted, in November, 1885. There is much excellent land in the vicinity, which is in a high state of cultivation, and the community generally in a prosperous condition. Population, 300. Churches are Methodist. Secret societies: I. O. O. F. and G. A. R.

Allison Ida Miss, milliner.
Burbank F L, phys.
Burke Jno, agl implts.
Callender M, genl mdse.
Dixon A, justice
Douglas S E, drugs.
Gandy Jas P, postmaster.
Gandy K C, genl mdse.
Higbee Geo, justice.
Honey & Harrington, agl implts, hardware.
Keene S E, blacksmith.
Lee J, drugs, phys.
Menary John, harnessmaker.
Smith & O'Donnell, blacksmiths.

page 278

   Logan, a postoffice in the southeastern part of Logan county, eight miles east of Gandy. 

 page 310 by Donna Bay

   Nesbit, a postoffice recently established in Logan county.

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