From a high point on the south side of the Platte Valley, 4.7 mi (7.5 km) west of Fremont (Fig. 1) and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) north of Cedar Bluffs (SE½SE½ Sec.22, T.17N., R.7E.; Fremont West 7¼-minute Quadrangle), one can view the present Platte River and valley as well as look across an abandoned valle segment through which at least part of the Platte River once flowed (Fig. 2). In addition, the south bluffs of the Platte, which have remained cleanly swept exposures of a large partof the Pleistocene record of eastern Nebraska since before 1900, can be seen...
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