Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we're focusing Culbertson, Nebraska, the original county seat of Hitchcock County.
Lydia McIntyre was the best panhandler on 20th century Omaha's streets. When she died in 1937, she was found to have a surprisingly large amount of money stashed away in the bank.
Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we're focusing a moment of international connection when the son of a Russian Tsar was treated to a buffalo hunt by Buffalo Bill Cody.
In 1874, a Pawnee man named White Fox died from disease while traveling in Sweden. Tragically, his remains didn't make it back home for over a century thanks to the disturbing decision of a Swedish professor.
Dear Members and Friends of History Nebraska:
Recently you received your invitation to our annual fundraising Gala which had been set for Oct. 25 in Omaha. We have decided to reschedule it to a date when more members and guests can attend.