September 29, 2018
9:00am to 5:00pm
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When Railroads Promoted Immigration


You might think that settlers or the state government were Nebraska's biggest boosters in the 1870s, but you'd be wrong. They weren't the ones running an international Nebraska promotion. It was two specific...

Marker Monday: The Calamus Valley


Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we highlight the Calamus Valley, once a hunting ground of the Pawnee, Sioux, and Omaha, but later the...

Flashback Friday: Mr. Wolf’s Car and the Unknown Girl


Our reference staff can sometimes seem like historical detectives, searching for clues to figure out mysteries that the public needs help with. This is one of those times.

NSHS Archeology Lab, May 14, 1935 (RG4290.PH0-002931)

Throwback Thursday, History Nebraska Archeology Lab 1935


A glimpse into History Nebraska's own past! This photo shows three men working in our Archeology Lab in 1935.

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Northwest corner 13th and Douglas, Omaha, August 1868

Today in Nebraska History

Northwest corner 13th and Douglas, Omaha, August 1868

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