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History Moments: Lied Jungle The Lied Jungle has made a huge impact on Nebraska tourism and Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo. Dr. Lee...
History Moments: Daniel Freeman-Homestead Nat. Monum On may 20, 1862, president Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act. For the first time in history...
History Moments: Chimney Rock Chimney Rock is the most famous landmark on the Oregon, Mormon, and California Trails that traverse...
History Moments: History Moments Niobrara Nat'l Scenic Waterway Less than one quarter of one percent of rivers in America are designated National Scenic Rivers. In...
History Moments: History Moments Statehood Day Nebraska achieved statehood on March 1st, 1867, about two years after the end of the Civil War....
History Moments: History Moments Massacre Canyon Massacre Canyon may look like any other canyon in Hitchcock County, but the battle that took place...
History Moments: History Moments Genoa Indian School The Indian Industrial School at Genoa, Nebraska, United States was the fourth non-reservation...
History Moments: Standing Bear Standing Bear (c. 1829 – 1908) was the leader of the Ponca Tribe of Nebraska who successfully...
History Moments: History Moments Sports-Sayers/Gibson/Briscoe Nebraska is known for producing great athletes, but three Omahans sealed their place in history as...
History Moments: History Moments Louise Pound One of Nebraska's premiere athletes and scholars, Louise Pound was born in Lincoln in 1872. She was...

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