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The Missouri river is steeped in stories about American indians, Lewis and Clark, fur traders, and steamboat captains. The river's role in the settlement of the Great Plains is celebrated in two free-flowing reaches along the Nebraska-South Dakota border--the Missouri National Recreational River. The best starting point for visitors is probably Ponca. Near Valentine, the Niobrara river is also a great place to go. The upper reach is one of the nation's premier canoeing rivers
Right in the west of the State Scotts Bluff is a prominent natural landmark for emigrants on the Oregon Trail. Scotts Bluff, Mitchell Pass and the adjacent prairie lands are set aside in a 3,000 acre national monument. This site preserves the memory of the historic Oregon, California and Mormon Trails.