|Learn about the golden age of steamboating on the Missouri River, the pioneer experience, the arrival of the train, and the importance of farm production. A second part of the permanent display covers the age of the automobile, the telephone and radio, churches and religious life, schools, and entertainment. There is a Pioneer room, a Victorian Parlor, and a General Store. Temporary exhibits are developed quarterly to supplement the permanent displays. The Society also maintains the Joseph and Mary Cook Log Cabin (built in 1868) and a Burlington Northern Caboose which sit at Second and Main in Plattsmouth and a one-room schoolhouse - Rock Bluffs - which is located southeast of Plattsmouth.