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Omaha's first municipal swimming pool, "The New Natatorium," originated in the basement of the westernmost of these three buildings; and vestiges of it can still be seen there. The ornamental work at the building's top announces that E. Homan Thay…
In loving memory of The Right ReverendRobert Harper Clarkson(1826 - 1884)Bishop of Nebraska and Dakota TerritoriesFirst Episcopal Bishop of the State of NebraskaFounder of Trinity CathedralFounder and Sponsor of Nebraska's Oldest Hospital,Bishop C…
This property has beenplaced on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior
This plaque commemoratesthe First Holy Sacrificeof the Mass celebrated inOmaha Nebraska - May 14, 1855byFather William Emonds Erected May 1959
American servicemen have displayed exemplary courage in all our nation's wars. They have sacrificed their time, their energy, given their blood and thousands their lives, to help keep America free. This flag is a special tribute to the Medal of…
Dedicated September 11, 2007in honor of theVictims and Heroesof September 11, 2001 Created by Littleton Alston
has been placed on theNational Registerof Historic Placesby the United StatesDepartment of the Interior Rehabilitated 1996in conjunction with theCity of Omahafor the bettermentof the community
This site on Capitol Hill was for a decade the location of Nebraska's second territorial capitol. The building was erected here in 1857 and 1858 and served until the seat of government was removed to Lincoln in 1868. Acting-Governor Cuming desi…
The first session of Omaha High School, now Central High School, was held on November 10, 1859, in Nebraska's territorial capitol on Ninth Street between Douglas and Farnam. Following the removal of the territorial government from Omaha, Nebraska'…
On April 27, 1875, General George A. Crook assumed command of the Department of the Platte, which then included Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Utah, and part of Montana and Idaho. When the headquarters was shifted from downtown Omaha to Fort Omaha (Omah…