Saline County, Nebraska

Saline County lies in the third tier of counties
from the Missouri River and in the second from the
south line of the state.

It is surrounded by Seward on the north, Lancaster
and Gage on the east, Jefferson on the south
and Fillmore on the west.

The name Saline, signifying salt, was applied to the county
from a supposition that somewhere within its boundaries
were to be found numerous salt springs.  This,
supposition, however, proved untrue, since there were
no discoveries of saline fountains.  

The county seat is Wilber.

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Adjacent Counties








Cities and Villages

Crete,  Dewitt,  Dorchester,  Swanton,  Tobias  and  Western.

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Early Settlers

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Lewis-Winter Family Reunion Journal

1860 Census  


1880 Schedules of Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes  


WW II Honor List   

WWI Draft Card Registration 1917-1918 Index

1883 Pensioners List

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