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Auburn High School Band in PSC
Homecoming Parade

Rotary Lake Countryside near Auburn

The region around Auburn, a small town in rural southeast Nebraska, was initially described during the Lewis and Clark and Maximilian expeditions as a “garden spot” above the Missouri River flood plain, characterized by rich soil and wooded areas. Auburn consists of two National Register quality town “centers” each with unique qualities: a primary commercial district at the junction of highways 75 and 136, and a more sedate district around the Courthouse Square. In 1883, a diagonal brick street was developed to connect the two, which were originally two separate towns that had joined in order to become the Nemaha County Seat. Auburn has combined traditional agricultural services with industrial development and tourism, and was a pioneer in the field of economic development.

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