NRHP: Columbia Hall

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Columbia Hall

Columbia Hall

NRHP Reference #: 05000724

NRHP Listing Date: 20050722


Intersection Nebr Hwy 58 & W Roger Welsch Ave, Dannebrog, Howard County, Nebraska

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Located in Dannebrog, Columbia Hall is an irregular-shaped two-story brick building constructed in 1908. Columbia Hall is significant for its association with the Danish Brotherhood in America (DBA), an important organization originally designed to help Danish immigrants adjust to life in the United States. Columbia Hall is an excellent example of a building used by this organization. The hall is especially important to Dannebrog because of the community's strong Danish culture and heritage.

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