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McCool Cemetery in York County (photo by Beth Sparrow)
McCool Cemetery in York County (photo by Beth Sparrow)
2019 Conf
2019 Conf: Connections
2019 Conf
2019 Conf: Mitch Z, Early Neb. Life


Blaine county is Nebraska's second smallest county with a population in 2010 of 478. It's the sixth least populous in the United States. The county seat is Brewster. More than 25% of Blaine county belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, which is the biggest percentage of that denomination in Nebraska. Part of the Nebraska National Forest lies in Blaine county. 
The county was formed in 1885 and organized in 1886. 
145 Lincoln Ave
Brewster, NE 68821
Brewster Cemetery
Dunning Cemetery
German Valley Cemetery
Hawley Flats Cemetery
Purdum Cemetery
1. Open Bible Church, Dunning, NE
2. Prairie Bible Chapel 
3. Purdum United Church of Christ
4. St. John's Church
5. Sandhills Community Church, Dunning, NE
6. Congregational United Church of Christ, Brewster, NE