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Brick Pavers on Lincoln Highway, Nebraska...

Once part of the original Lincoln Highway, a 4,580 foot segment of the road is now part of Douglas County road 120 east of Elkhorn. In 1920 this part of the Lincoln Highway was re-graded and re-laid with brick pavers. The brick pavers covered a sand and concrete base. This section of the road in Nebraska still remains in good condition. This is a great example of a rural section of a highway that has been paved and after eighty odd years remains in good condition.
Brick Paved Section of Lincoln Highway

This section the Lincoln Highway has become listed on the National Register of Historic Places, which is the nation’s official list of cultural and historical resources. These brick pavers have proven to be such a durable and permanent material, which is the reason that this part of the Highway has landed itself on the historical list.

Lincoln Highway Association envisioned the Lincoln Highway way back in 1913. It was developed to be a transcontinental road which would link together New York and San Francisco.This goes to show how effective brick pavers are, for here they have lasted over 80 years and will continue to exist long after this.

Its no surprise that the Lincoln Highway was re-paved with Brick pavers back in 1920 for this city of Nebraska had a huge brick paving industry. Lincoln has eight miles of brick paved streets. This is mainly due to the fact that by the late 1800’s there were three major brick paving works just in this one city of Nebraska.

Brick Pavers It was W.H.B Stout, one of the largest building contractors of Lincoln in the late 1800’s, who started paving the streets. Not only was he paving the streets of Lincoln by about 1870, but he was also involved in the production of the brick pavers themselves. It is said that no other man did more for the city of Lincoln than did W.H.B Stout.

There was also a man by the name of J.A. Buckstaff, who was very influential in the paving industry in Lincoln in the late 1800’s. he was the Secretary and Treasurer of the Badger Lumber Company and a successful business man. He ran a large timber trade, was involved with the manufacture of brick pavers and was also involved in many of the paving contracts for the city of Lincoln.

About Nebraska, NE...

Nebraska is known as the Great Plains state. It was named by the Native Americans that occupied this state. It was named the 37th state of America in 1867 after the civil war. Its capital was named Lancaster but changed to Lincoln after the late president Abraham Lincoln who was assassinated.

Flag of Nebraska

During the 1860’s thousands of homesteader migrated to Nebraska to claim free land which was granted by the federal government. They built and constructed their home out of sod because there was a shortage of trees on these grassy pieces of lands.

Scientific changes and research were conducted to transform Nebraska’s prairies into ranches and farms. Nebraska is known today as the leading farming state.

Panorama point is the largest peak in Nebraska which stands over 1500 meters high. Nebraska is a fairly large state which is occupied by 93 counties. Nebraska occupies most of the frontier strip of the United States of America.

For more information go to The official website for the state of Nebraska

Cities of Nebraska

Ainsworth

Albion

Alliance

Alma

Arapahoe

Ashland

Atkinson

Auburn

Aurora

Bassett

Battle Creek

Bayard

Beatrice

Beaver City

Bellevue

Benkelman

Bennington

Blair

Bloomfield

Blue Hill

Blue Springs

Bridgeport

Broken Bow

Burwell

Cambridge

Central City

Chadron

Chappell

Clarkson

Clay Center

Columbus

Cozad

Crawford

Creighton

Crete

Crofton

Curtis

Dakota City

David City

Deshler

Edgar

Elgin

Elkhorn

Fairbury

Fairfield

Falls City

Fort Calhoun

Franklin

Fremont

Friend

Fullerton

Geneva

Genoa

Gering

Gibbon

Gordon

Gothenburg

Grand Island

Grant

Gretna

Hartington

Harvard

Hastings

Hebron

Henderson

Hickman

Holdrege

Hooper

Humboldt

Humphrey

Imperial

Indianola

Kearney

Kimball

Laurel

La Vista

Lexington

Lincoln

Long Pine

Loup City

Lyons

McCook

Madison

Milford

Minatare

Minden

Mitchell

Nebraska City

Neligh

Nelson

Newman Grove

Norfolk

North Bend

North Platte

Oakland

Ogallala

Omaha

O'Neill

Ord

Osceola

Oshkosh

Osmond

Papillion

Pawnee City

Peru

Pierce

Plainview

Plattsmouth

Ponca

Ralston

Randolph

Ravenna

Red Cloud

Rushville

St. Edward

St. Paul

Sargent

Schuyler

Scottsbluff

Scribner

Seward

Sidney

South Sioux City

Springfield

Stanton

Stromsburg

Superior

Sutton

Syracuse

Tecumseh

Tekamah

Tilden

Valentine

Valley

Wahoo

Wakefield

Waverly

Wayne

Weeping Water

West Point

Wilber

Wisner

Wood River

Wymore

York

Yutan