Nebraska Plat Books on Microfilm

1885 Nebraska State Atlas Reel 1, #1

Adams County, 1919, Reel 1, #2

Antelope County, 1922, Reel 1, #3

Boone County, 1920, Reel 1, #4

Box Butte County, 1913, Reel 1, #5

Boyd County, 1904, Reel 1, #6

Brown County, 1912, Reel 1, #7

Buffalo County, 1907, Reel 1, #8

Buffalo County, 1919, Reel 1, #9

Burt County, 1884, Reel 1, #10

Burt County, 1909, Reel 7, #12

Burt County, 1918, Reel 7, #13

Butler County, 1889, Reel 1, #11

Butler & Polk Counties, 1918, Reel 1, #12

Cass County, 1905, Reel 1, #13

Cass County, 1918, Reel 1, #14

Cedar County, 1899, Reel 7, #6

Cedar County, 1917, Reel 1, #15 (Pt. 1) & Reel 2, #1 (Pt. 2)

Chase County, 1908, Reel 2, #2

Cherry County, 1919, Reel 2, #3

Cheyenne County, 1913, Reel 2, #4

Clay County, 1886, Reel 7, #1

Clay County, 1908, Reel 2, #5

Colfax County, 1899, Reel 2, #6

Colfax County, 1917, Reel 2, #7

Colfax County, 1925, Reel 9, #3

Colfax County, 1925, Reel 9, #4

Cuming County, 1908, Reel 7, #10

Cuming County, 1919, Reel 2, #8

Custer County, 1904, Reel 2, #9

Dakota County, 1891, See Dixon County

Dakota County, 1911, See Dixon County

Dakota County, 1925, See Dixon County

Dawes County, 1913, Reel 2, #10

Dawson County, 1904, Reel 2, #11

Dawson County, 1919, Reel 2, #12

Deuel County, 1922, Reel 2, #13

Dixon & Dakota Counties, 1891, Reel 2, #14

Dixon & Dakota Counties, 1911, Reel 6, #12

Dixon & Dakota Counties, 1925, Reel 2, #15

Dodge County, 1902, Reel 7, #14

Dodge County, 1918, Reel 2, #16

Douglas County (Omaha), 1887, Reel 2, #17

Douglas, Sarpy & Washington Counties, 1913, Reel 2, #18

Douglas & Sarpy Counties, 1920, Reel 2, #19

Dundy County, 1908, Reel 6, #4

Fillmore County, 1905, Reel 2, #20

Fillmore County, 1918, Reel 2, #21 (Pt. 1) & Reel 3, #1 (Pt. 2)

Franklin County, 1905, Reel 9, #9

Franklin County, 1923, Reel 7, #8

Frontier County, 1905, Reel 8, #1

Furnas County, 1904, Reel 6, #9

Gage County, 1906, Reel 3, #2

Gage County, 1922, Reel 6, #10

Gage County, 1947, Reel 6, #11

Garfield County, 1916, Reel 3, #3

Gosper County, 1904, Reel 3, #4

Grant County, 1920, Reel 6, #5

Greeley County, 1904, Reel 3, #5

Hall County, 1890, Reel 9, #6

Hall County, 1904, Reel 3, #6

Hamilton County, 1888, Reel 3, #7

Hamilton County, 1903, Reel 7, #11

Hamilton County, 1916, Reel 3, #8

Hamilton County, 1923, Reel 3, #9

Harlan County, 1903, Reel 3, #10

Hayes County, 1907, Reel 3, #11

Hitchcock County, 1906, Reel 3, #12

Holt County, 1904, Reel 3, #13

Holt County, 1915, Reel 3, #14

Howard County, 1900, Reel 7, #5

Howard County, 1917, Reel 3, #15

Jefferson County, 1900, Reel 3, #16

Johnson County, 1900, Reel 3, #17

Johnson County, 1918, Reel 3, #18
Kearney County, 1894, Reel 3, #19

Kearney County, 1905, Reel 9, #5

Kearney County, 1916, Reel 3, #20

Kearney County, 1923, Reel 7, #7

Keith County, 1913, Reel 3, #21

Keya Paha County, 1912, Reel 4, #1

Knox County, 1903, Reel 6, #15 & Reel 9, #8

Knox County, 1920, Reel 4, #2

Lancaster County, 1903, Reel 4, #3

Lancaster County, 1921, Reel 4, #4

Lincoln County, 1907, Reel 4, #5

Madison County, 1899, Reel 4, #6

Madison County, 1918, Reel 4, #7

Madison County, 1948, Reel 7, #9

Merrick County, 1899, Reel 4, #8

Merrick County, 1917, Reel 4, #9

Merrick County, 1921, Reel 4, #10

Morrill County, 1913, Reel 4, #11

Nance County, 1899, Reel 4, #12

Nance County, 1920, Reel 4, #13

Nemaha County, 1894, Reel 4, #14

Nemaha County, 1913, Reel 4, #15

Nemaha County, 1922, Reel 4, #16

Nuckolls County, 1917, Reel 4, #17

Otoe County, 1902, Reel 4, #18

Otoe County, 1912, Reel 4, #19

Otoe County, 1917, Reel 7, #3

Otoe County, 1922, Reel 4, #20

Pawnee County, 1917, Reel 4, #21

Perkins County, 1917, Reel 6, #6

Phelps County, 1903, Reel 4, #22

Pierce County, 1920, Reel 4, #23

Platte County, 1914, Reel 4, #24 (Pt. 1) & Reel 5, #1 (Pt. 2)

Polk County, 1906, Reel 5, #2

Polk & Butler Counties, 1918, Reel 1, #12

Red Willow County, 1905, Reel 5, #3

Richardson County, 1896, Reel 5, #4

Rock County, 1912, Reel 5, #5

Saline County, 1900, Reel 5, #6

Saline County, 1918, Reel 5, #7

Sarpy, 1886?, Reel 6, #16

Sarpy, Douglas & Washington Counties, 1913, Reel 2, #18

Sarpy & Douglas Counties, 1920, Reel 2, #19

Saunders County, 1907, Reel 5, #8

Saunders County, 1916, Reel 5, #9 & Reel 9, #11

Scottsbluff County, 1907, Reel 5, #10

Seward County, 1905?, Reel 8, #2

Seward County, 1921, Reel 5, #11

Seward County, 1926, Reel 8, #3

Sheridan County, 1914, Reel 6, #7

Sherman County, 1904, Reel 5, #12

Sherman County, 1920, Reel 5, #13

Sioux County, 1916, Reel 5, #14

Stanton County, 1899, Reel 5, #15

Stanton County, 1919, Reel 5, #16

Thayer County, 1900, Reel 6, #14

Thayer County, 1916, Reel 5, #17

Valley County, 1904, Reel 9, #10

Washington County, 1884, Reel 5, #18 (incomplete)

Washington County, 1884, Reel 8, #4 (incomplete)

Washington County, 1908, Reel 5, #19 & Reel 9, #7 (single page which was originally missing)

Washington, Douglas & Sarpy Counties, 1913, Reel 2, #18

Washington County, 1920, Reel 5, #20

Washington County, 1946, Reel 5, #21

Wayne County, 1898, Reel 6, #13

Wayne County, 1918, Reel 6, #1

Webster County, 1900, Reel 7, #4

Webster County, 1923, Reel 6, #8

Wheeler County, 1917, Reel 6, #2

York County, 1889, Reel 9, #1

York County, 1911, Reel 9, #2

York County, 1924, Reel 6, #3

York County, 1947, Reel 7, #2


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