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History Nebraska publishes works that explore Nebraska history and culture. Our readers range from professional historians to history buffs to curious people who simply find that learning about the past helps them better enjoy living and traveling here. We all share a passion for well-crafted historical writing.
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"Nebraska Timeline" Columns
From 1992 – 2019, History Nebraska wrote a series of articles for newspapers titled “Nebraska Timeline.” Below you can browse or search through those articles and discover interesting stories from Nebraska’s History.
Liquor’s Last Days
Little Egypt in Omaha
Lives Risked for a Drink of Water
Lockwood, Belva, Visits Lincoln, 1885
Logging on the Niobrara
Lost in the Mail: Soldiers’ Photographs from the Civil War
Lost on a Streetcar
Love Letters, 1909
Lowell, the History of a Boom Town
Lubber, the World’s Largest Horse
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