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What We Found

War Journey; History of Nebraska in the War, Overseas and at Home; Aid from Historical Society Members; First Nebraska Newspaper Files; Passing of Nebraska Pioneers, Men and Women Who made our State; From European Battlefields; Names of Men from our State Who Gave Their Lives in the World War; Fort Atkinson, or Council Bluffs

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Nebraska Centennial; Old Nebraska City Blockhouse Key; Pioneer Sioux County Newspapers; Base Hospital 49; Visit to the University of Nebraska Hospital Overseas; List of Officers and Enlisted Personnel; Ancient Pawnee Medal; Base Hospital No. 49, Nursing Personnel; O’Neill Land District; Early Settler’s Autobiography; Costly High living the Seventies; Wonderful Growth of the Telephone in Nebraska; John Clay Cowin; Antelope County Historian Passes on; Old Furnas Printing Press; North American Indian Languages; Charles McDonald

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County Bluff Historical Park; Pershing’s Wreath to Lafayette; George A Hunt; Fort Atkinson Centennial; Lewis and Clark Marker; County Memorial Buildings; Death of Mormon Historian; First Nebraska University Regents; Well Digging Relics; First Hall County Settlers; Related to John Colter; Nebraska Ambulances

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Nebraska Home of Possible Presidents; Constitutional Convention History; Native Nebraska Food Plants; First Winter Wheat in Nebraska; diary of a Nebraska Freighter; History of Nebraska Agriculture; Nebraska Indian Callers; Major John G Maher War Collection; Three Military Heroes of Nebraska; Omaha charley; Nebraska Fuel Administration; Judge Samuel H Sedgwick; Buildings of Early Nebraska; A War Program

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