Sebree is a Webster county city about nine miles northeast of Dixon. It was established in 1868 with the arrival of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad and was initially known as Springdale, then McBride, and finally Sebree, for E. G. Sebree, one of the founders. Sebree was incorporated in 1871. The McBride post office opened in in 1869 and was renamed Sebree in 1870. The population in 2010 was 1,603.
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