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Timeline Tuesday: Artificial Stone

The real beginnings of the modern concrete block industry did not begin until the advent of Harmon S. Palmer's cast-iron machine for making such blocks, patented in ...

Marker Monday: Franklin Academy

Location Park Dr, Franklin, Franklin County, Nebraska View this marker's location 40.101066, -98.95265 View a map of all Nebraska historical markers, click ...

Women of the Great War: WWI Posters

By David L. Bristow, Editor   World War I was fought not only with weapons but with pictures and words. After the United States declared war on Germany in April 1917, ...

Honoring History Makers at the NSHS Annual Meeting

Join us in Omaha on Thursday, October 12, 5:30 to 8:00 p.m., to recognize individuals who’ve made history by helping to preserve it. This year’s NSHS 2017 Annual ...

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