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William F. Lillie’s Help for Picking Corn by Hand


Picking corn was once an unpleasant task, done by hand, for Nebraska farmers after a fall frost when the corn was ripe and dry enough. Until this Nebraskan device was invented.

Marker Monday: Early Irrigation in Cheyenne County


On June 1, 1926, George A. Coulter completed one of the first four irrigation wells in Cheyenne County, among the earliest in western Nebraska, on his farm just south of here. He and his son, James, dug the...

What Do We Do With This Stuff Now?


Being an archeology collections manager means you are responsible for the care and preservation of numerous items; some collections consist of thousands of items, while others range into the millions. So what do...

Marker Monday: Broken Bow Town Square


Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight moments and places in our state's past. 

Today we're focusing on a marker that tells the story of Broken Bow through the history of its beautiful town...

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Northwest corner 13th and Douglas, Omaha, August 1868

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Northwest corner 13th and Douglas, Omaha, August 1868

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