Sellors Barton Museum

Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail

Commerce, Economy & Work Ways of Living

A 1902 map of Nebraska highlight Brown County and its seat, Ainsworth.

Sellors Barton Museum serves as a visitor center for travelers who are passing through Ainsworth, Nebraska. The museum highlights local history with exhibits of household items, furniture and photographs from 19th and 20th century Ainsworth.


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Edward Day Cohota and Chinese American Soldiers in the Civil War

The Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail passes right alongside Valentine, Nebraska’s Mount Hope Cemetery, within whose grassy expanse lies the grave of...

Trail: Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail
State: NE
Asian American/Pacific Islander History Migration & Immigration Military & War
Bowring Ranch State Historical Park

U.S. Senator Eva Bowring’s husband, Arthur, established this homestead and ranch in 1894 and, after his death in 1944, Eva ran it until she died in...

Trail: Great American Rail-Trail
State: NE
Agriculture & Ranching Politics, Policy & Justice Women's History
White Buffalo Girl Gravesite and Ponca Trail of Tears

This story was developed in partnership with Rails to Trails magazine. Special thank you to the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska and author Joe Starita for...

Trail: Cowboy Recreation and Nature Trail
State: NE
Agriculture & Ranching Native American History Nature & Environmental Management
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