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The small town of Falls City in rural southeast Nebraska was founded in 1857, its early history part of the sweeping social and political changes overtaking a divided nation. The area was the Nebraska base on the Lane Trail, through which free-state emigrants were directed to Kansas. Lane, a free-soil leader, believed that the beautiful Nemaha Valley offered great agricultural opportunities.

The town offers complete commercial services, including groceries, cafes, restaurants, antique and gift shops, pharmacies, motels, and an operating downtown hotel. There are also pool and city recreational services as well as camping at Stanton Lake Park.

Click on the links above for more information from some of the friendly folks who live in or around Falls City.

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