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Osborne County was
February 26, 1867. The geodetic center of North American is located
within this county. The First National Bank Building, located at the NW
corner of Main St, Osborne KS was built of local limestone with a
pressed metal cornice. ElizabethAnn625 comments: "It also housed the
newspaper offices too when I was a child there." The Courthouse
was built between 1907-1908 of Postrock Limestone; in the
Romanesque Revival Style. Several counties surrounding and including
Osborne are in the Physiographic Area of Kansas called the "Smoky
HIlls". The Last Indian Fight in Osborne County was on July 2, 1870.
Some 200 yards soulth of Bullock Bros. Ranch. A marker was erected in