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What Is It Wednesday: July 6 – Pointy doohickey with a handle

Welcome to “What Is It Wednesday”! We’ll post a photo of an unusual artifact from our collections every Wednesday morning. Post your guess in the comments, and share ...

Marker Monday: Nebraska 4-H Clubs Began in York County

Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past.  Today, we're focusing on E. C. Bishop, the teacher who is ...

Marker Monday: Lewis and Clark Campsite

Location: 648A Ave, Brownville, Nemaha County, Nebraska; 40.395042, -95.65187 Marker Text: The members of the Lewis and Clark Expedition camped a short distance south ...

What Is It Wednesday: June 29 REVEALED – 140 year old bagel

“What Is It Wednesday” Revealed - every Wednesday we post an unusual artifact from our collections and encourage viewers to guess the object. Description: Members of the ...

What Is It Wednesday: June 29 – Crusty old circle

Welcome to “What Is It Wednesday”! We’ll post a photo of an unusual artifact from our collections every Wednesday morning. Post your guess in the comments, and share ...

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