experiences of long ago in Oldtime Nebraska
STORIES@11   SETTLEMENT   OVER THE YEARS   LOOK HERE   NEBRASKA TRIVIA   REFERENCE   RHYME TIME
Just a Vegetarian gone Bad -- by John McCoy
Tekamah 4th of July, 1896 -- from the Oakland Independent

The Bertrand -- river steamboat of the Civil War era
Amazing Grace -- the inspiring hymn by John Newton
The 1888 Blizzard -- the most famous in Great Plains history
Of Course! -- it's the horse

Jayhawkers -- not necessarily from Kansas
The Big Pawnee City Fire -- night of catastrophe
Table Rock's Table Rock -- the well-known landmark
Some Memories of Frank Schukar -- Illinois to Nebraska to Texas

The Zulu -- Fred Wishart tells about moving on
Lest We Forget -- by Lulu Callaham Snyder
Wanted -- Andrew Young, Jr.
Way Back When in Gage County -- Lori Laird's pictures

BASEBALL!!!   by Ed Walsh
Dancing Through The Depression  by Jeanne Cook Walsh
When The Kiowa Indians Were More Than Place Names  by Jerry Schleicher

Oregon Trail Graves -- Marilyn Crager Toole

William Frederick Cody -- genealogy of Buffalo Bill
Doc Middleton of the Niobrara -- notorious rustler in NE Nebraska
Attacked by Doc Middleton! -- told by early-day pioneer John Monk
William Jennings Bryan --
"Cross of Gold" speech   by William Jennings Bryan

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