What was it like to live as a hobo? And what did hobos experience in Nebraska?
The Sarpy County Agriculturist rang in 1930 with a blunt but timeless new year message: You were a disappointment last year, do better this time.
Charles Schroeder of Eagle and David C. Levy of Omaha have joined our Board of Trustees for 2019.
Omaha police officer James MacDonald spent a decade with one leg literally in the grave.
As historians, the names we give to events are important. They imply interpretation but are also matters of consensus. This is a story of the ongoing debate over the name of a great tragedy at Fort Robinson.
Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we focus on Scouts Rest in North Platte, originally built as a getaway for Buffalo Bill Cody.
The appearance of Halley's comet in Nebraska skies during the spring of 1910 generated a lot of excitement, but it was especially popular in Omaha.
For a while, people assumed Dawson county was named after the first postmaster of Lincoln. As it turns out, the true namesake never even stepped foot in Nebraska.
Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we focus on one of the first Lincoln buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places: Old City Hall.