Division One, which began at St. Joseph, Missouri and ended at Fort Kearney, Nebraska, included twenty-six Pony Express stations. Of the twenty-six stations, eleven sites are marked in some way with plaques/monuments. An additional three monuments and a statue represent the starting point at St. Joseph. In Division One, there are six station sites associated with the Pony Express National Historic Trail that are on the National Register of Historic Places. They are the Pony Express Stables, the Patee House in St. Joseph, Missouri, the Marysville and Cottonwood/Hollenberg Stations in Kansas, and Thirty-Two Mile Creek and Fort Kearney Stations in Nebraska. Several of these have been either moved and/or altered. Fort Kearney, an active federal government facility and stage stop, served as the last station in Division One.
National Park Service
Chapter Four: DIVISION ONE: STATIONS BETWEEN ST. JOSEPH AND FORT KEARNEY (continued)