Nachitoch Bluff Crossing on Little Missouri River 6 miles North of Prescott. Bridge was built during the 1890s supposedly through local contributions raised at a community barbeque. The bridge made it easier to transport cotton to markets as the last steam boat on the River was grounded by low water and burned before 1900. There was a gun battle between cattle rustlers and officers of both Clark and Nevada Counties in the mid-1890s (The sheriff won the battle). During the early 1900s through the 1950s, this was a favorite picnic spot and swimming hole. The original U.S. Highway 67, "Broadway of America", used this bridge.