History of Morse Bluff, Nebraska
From: Past and Present Saunders County, Nebraska
A Record of Settlement, Organization, Progress and Achievement
Charles Perky Supervising Editor
The S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. Chiago 1915

MORSE BLUFF

Morse Bluff is a small town, located west of Cedar Bluffs, on the David City branch of the Northwestern. The village was platted in 1887 on land originally owned by William Wheeler, and later transferred to C. L. Morse. The town was named after Mr. Morse. The Bank of Morse Bluff was organized in June, 1891, with the following officers : Jesse Gidley, president; Andrew Fleming, vice president; J. C. Hall, cashier. The present officers are: Walter Fleming, president; J. G. Wilson, vice president; Emil E. Wolf, cashier; C. M Skinner, assistant cashier. The capital stock of the institution is $30,000; the surplus $5,000; and the deposits $250,000.

Morse Bluff is distinctly an agricultural town. The growth has been retarded by the lack of train service, but even with this handicap has a very enduring structure. Morse Bluff has had a water system for five years and electricity for three years.

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