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The Nebraska History Museum may be closing (on September 1) for renovation, but there are plenty of ways for you and your families to experience the great educational opportunities the Museum has to offer through its new Museum on the … Continue reading
During the winters of 1846-47 and 1847-48, more than six hundred members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints died in their encampment, called Winter Quarters, on the banks of the Missouri River near Omaha’s present-day Florence neighborhood. … Continue reading
The most thrilling event of the summer of 1860 for the residents of Brownville, Nebraska Territory, was the completion of a telegraph line from St. Joseph, Missouri, to their town and the transmission of the first telegrams over the wires. … Continue reading
Why would three Pawnee men travel to Sweden in the 1870s? And why, when one of the men died, was his body not returned to his family? In the Summer 2014 issue of Nebraska History, Dan Jibréus of the Karolinska … Continue reading
August 12, 1908, dawned clear in Lincoln, William Jennings Bryan’s hometown. Flags and bunting draped the buildings, and crowds soon filled the streets. It was Notification Day, and Bryan would receive official confirmation that, for the third time, he was … Continue reading
As we are all painfully aware, a number of communities across Nebraska were devastated this season by catastrophic tornadoes, most notably Pilger and Beaver Crossing. In the aftermath of these terrible misfortunes, Nebraskans joined together in order to provide support … Continue reading
“The Thayer County Agricultural society was organized in Deshler last week,” said the Omaha Bee on August 11, 1913, “and the necessary papers filed with the county clerk.” The first county fair sponsored by the society was planned for September … Continue reading
July 31, 1942, marked the final day of Lancaster County’s month-long campaign for war bond sales. Conducted as a part of the World War II “Retailers for Victory” campaign, the drive sought to use the nation’s merchants and their employees … Continue reading
Day 2 done. 128 miles done. Weather was warm and a little tail wind. Photos later.
We raised $43000 this year on NUMB for hunger projects.
Last night we had a storm that came through between 1am and 4am. Lots of lightning and wind and a little rain too.
Made it into camp at 1pm. We had 20 mph headwinds for most of today's ride. Tired!
The Nitecrawlers bar in Worms, NE apparently burned down on Jan. 31 of this year. This was across the highway from one of our rest stops on NUMB15 last summer. Here is the link to the news story.
The unreadable sign above the bar was the Nightcrawler Bar in Worms, NE. Sorry. I didn't get close enough to make the sign readable.
NUMB 15 is over. 144 cyclists rode approx. 225 miles in 4 days and raised over $49000 for Methodist hunger projects.
NUMB has received over $49000 in pledges so far. One more day!
Day 3 completed. 58 miles today with nice tailwind. Eating in beautiful downtown Geneva NE.
It is a sad truth: not every historic building can be saved. This was made evident on July 1st as the Omaha City Council voted unanimously to remove the Clarinda-Page apartment buildings’ local landmark designation, which had been granted in 1981. … Continue reading
Millions of U.S. soldiers fought and died in World War I, but Fred Pickering, a member of an engineer regiment of the Eighty-eighth “Cloverleaf” Division, was one of the very few who recorded his experiences. Pickering was a farmer from … Continue reading