The Chimney Rock Historical Site is a pinnacle rock that measures about 500 ft and located about 24 miles in the south eastern part of the North Platte River. It is a known landmark in the Oregon Trail. The Chimney Rock has served as one of the most popular landmarks to see in Western America. Its unique formations for its trails symbolized the greatest ever migration that happened to mankind?s history.
It is being managed by the Nebraska State Historical Society which also operates the visitor center of the Ethel and Christopher J. Abbot. It also has a museum that features the entire story of the westward migration during the 19th century. This is the place where you can view the memories of that historical moment.
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