From various tribes of Native Americans living and travelling through the area, to our modern towns with populations made of many different cultures, Scotts Bluff has served as a landmark for a huge diversity of peoples.
The Emigrant Experience
Learn more about the daily lives of those traveling west on the Great Platte River Road.
Learn more about the man whom Scotts Bluff is named after, fur trader Hiram Scott.
Rebecca Winters was headed to Utah when tragedy struck. Learn more about this Mormon Pioneer.
William Henry Jackson
William Henry Jackson is an icon of the American west. Scotts Bluff National Monument contains the largest collection of his watercolors.
Last updated: January 14, 2021