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In the 1850's a major port of entry to Nebraska was New Orleans. Steamboats transported settlers and goods up the Mississippi-Missouri river system to Council Bluffs and Winter Quarters (Florence). [[Nebraska Emigration and Immigration|Read more...]]
 
In the 1850's a major port of entry to Nebraska was New Orleans. Steamboats transported settlers and goods up the Mississippi-Missouri river system to Council Bluffs and Winter Quarters (Florence). [[Nebraska Emigration and Immigration|Read more...]]
  
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* <div align="justify">On May 6, 1877, famed Chief Crazy Horse surrendered with 1,000 of his followers near Camp Robinson. On September 7, 1877, he was bayoneted in the back because he was said to have resisted his captors.    [http://www.indians.org/welker/crazyhor.htm '''Read more...''']</div>
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* <div align="justify">On May 6, 1877, famed Chief Crazy Horse surrendered with 1,000 of his followers near Camp Robinson. On September 7, 1877, he was bayoneted in the back because he was said to have resisted his captors. [http://www.indians.org/welker/crazyhor.htm '''Read more...''']</div>
  
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[[Category:Nebraska]]

Revision as of 21:18, 18 December 2007

All about research in the state of Nebraska.

Contents

Featured Article

In the 1850's a major port of entry to Nebraska was New Orleans. Steamboats transported settlers and goods up the Mississippi-Missouri river system to Council Bluffs and Winter Quarters (Florence). Read more...

Articles Needed


Did You Know?

  • On May 6, 1877, famed Chief Crazy Horse surrendered with 1,000 of his followers near Camp Robinson. On September 7, 1877, he was bayoneted in the back because he was said to have resisted his captors. Read more...


Popular Discussions

  • In the near future forums specific to LOCALITY genealogy will be available.


Featured Training Modules

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