In attics and garages, underneath beds, piled in corners or just closeted away, our heritage is slowly but surely disintegrating. Based on an NET Television program featuring professionals from the Nebraska State Historical Society's Gerald R. Ford Conservation Center and the State Library Commission, this site provides practical and effective methods to help ensure that artifacts, photographs, and documents will survive into the future.
This television program features a wide variety of segments, including some shot on location around Nebraska, some shot in the highly specialized laboratories at the Ford Conservation Center in Omaha, and some shot at special Heirloom Health Clinics.
live streaming schedule & on demand videos
|Young and Overweight: Fighting Obesity in Nebraska: Fernandez 3|
|Young and Overweight: Fighting Obesity in Nebraska: Fernandez 2|
|Young and Overweight: Fighting Obesity in Nebraska: Fernandez 1|
|Nebraska Stories: Free Land!, 306||“The Lure of The Land” The Homestead Act of 1862 triggered one of the largest migrations in history...|
|Nebraska Stories: The Lure of the Land, 306||The Homestead Act of 1862 triggered one of the largest migrations in history. Immigrants from...|
|Nebraska Stories: The New Americans, 306||A brief visit to the Homestead National Monument in Beatrice, Nebraska as modern-day immigrants...|
|Nebraska Stories: Looking for Bliss, 306||A look back at a mysterious African-American settlement near Goose Lake in Nebraska, now long gone...|
|Nebraska Stories: A Plague of Locusts, 306||Experience the devastation locusts wrought on the Great Plains in 1874. Visualized with animation...|
|Nebraska Stories: Our Daily Bread, 306||Flour mills played a critical role in the settlement of the Great Plains. In this story, we explore...|
|Nebraska Stories: Just Like the Old Country, 306||In 1987, Wilber, Nebraska was declared the official "Czech Capital of the USA." Every year in...|