6/1/2021 0 Comments
Standing Bear Bridge
By Marita Placek
The history of the crossing where the Standing Bear Memorial Bridge spans the Missouri River, near the town of Niobrara, NE, extends back to the early 1800s when the Ponca Indians lived on the banks of the river and used canoes, rafts, and bull boats, made from green buffalo hides, for river travel.
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