The Federal Writers' Project helped many writers get through the hard times of Great Depression. Rudolph Umland was one of many that helped the FWP publish thirty Nebraska-related books and pamphlets.
Our Historical Markers across Nebraska highlight fascinating moments and places in our state's past. Today we focus on Ingham, a railroad town established in 1886 that was only a memory by the early 1950s.
The Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory, established in 1920, is the officially designated tractor testing station for the United States. It all started with Wilmot F. Crozier being duped into buying a fake Ford tractor.