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To commemorate the sturdy pioneers who in 1854 crossed the Missouri River to establish the Town of Omaha, more than 500 committee members and several thousand of the city's quarter-million citizens one hundred years later conducted a twelve-month …
This monument, titled Labor, is a salute to the dedication and hard work of all those who built the grand city of Omaha. It is a tribute to the men and women who worked for and continue to forge a better life for themselves, their families and the…
Matthew Placzek's Labor Monument Became the Symbol of the 2011 Flood. The 2011 Missouri River Flood was triggered by record snowfall in the Rocky Mountains of Montana and Wyoming and near record spring rainfall in the upper Missouri River Basi…
Increasing business led the Skinner Manufacturing Company to build this six-story brick building in 1914. Designed by architect Harry Lawrie, it was doubled in size with the addition of 66 feet to the east a year later. The new building was Skinne…
has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior Renovated 1992 Alley-Poyner Architect Lund-Ross Constructors
Bohemian patriot and journalist who sincerely labored for the elevation and liberty of his countrymen. To live in hearts we leave behind, is not to die.
Dedicated in grateful tribute to the men and women of Czech descent who served in the Armed Forces of the United States
has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
In 1803 the Missouri River carried the hopes of the young United States in its dark and unpredictable waters. President Thomas Jefferson sought a "direct & practicable water communication across the continent, for the purposes of commerce." The Mi…
Near here, the Corps of Discovery held its first council, making speeches and presenting gifts to the Otoe and Missouria. Communicating through an interpreter, members of the Expedition believed their messages were clear. But were they? This me…
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