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An 1890s Omaha photo shows three young women dressed in what look like men’s military cadet uniforms. It was frowned upon for women to be dressed in such a manner, so why were they?

Marker Location


100-148 E Walnut St, Harvard, Clay County, Nebraska

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Location


Nebraska 12, Naper, Boyd County, Nebraska 

View this marker's location: 42.958869, -99.08987

The Spring 2018 issue of Nebraska History is devoted to the history and archeology of Engineer Cantonment. The 80-page magazine comes with a membership to the Nebraska State Historical Society. Single copies are available for $9.95 through the Nebraska History Museum.

Here’s the table of contents:

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. If you’d like to see a specific marker featured, send an email to jill.dolberg@nebraska.gov.

Welcome to Marker Monday! Each Monday we will feature one of Nebraska’s hundreds of historical markers. If you’d like to see a specific marker featured, send an email to jill.dolberg@nebraska.gov.

Interior of the North Platte Canteen during War War II. Volunteers served donated sandwiches, cookies, coffee, milk, and birthday cakes to over six million service men and women. NSHS RG2154-6-1

 

Red Dog's village southeast of Red Cloud Agency.

 


Location


15718 Road 108, Ellsworth, Deuel County, Nebraska;

View this marker's location: 41.838373, -102.4708

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