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    • General Crook House Museum

    • NortheastOmaha
    • Fort Omaha was a fort built in 1868 to protect settlers as they moved west across Nebraska. General George Crook was the first military leader to live in this house which was built in 1879. The house has been restored so it looks like it did when...
    • Black Crook, The

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    • Poster of musical theatre The Black Crook, representing the finale in which the amazons crush the forces of evil ; a smash hit of 1866 with a cheerfully convoluted book by Charles Barras
    • The Sioux War, 1876

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    • The Sioux War, 1876 Old Fort Reno, from the South-Now deport of supplies for General Crook General Crook's Head Quarters, Fort Fetterson The Powder River Expedition Crossing the Platte, November 14, 1876
    • Judge Elmer Dundy

    • Judge Elmer Dundy Standing Bear Crook decision citizenship man law Native Americans Indians Big Snake Ponca treaty habeus corpus race relations freedom reservation tribe
    • Judge Dundy's decision in the case Standing Bear vs. Crook was an important development in the history of Indian-white relations.
    • Crook

    • standing bear
    • Steriograph of George Crook 1828-1890 taken from pbs the Westside Community Schools website--see for exact working http://www.pbs.org/weta/theWestside Community Schools/people/a_c/crook.htm
    • Crook

    • standing bear
    • General George Crook - 'nebraska history' ?book p 242-243
    • Marie Bonfanti

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    • One of the stars of The Black Crook, a smash hit of 1866 with a cheerfully convoluted book by Charles Barras, was the ballerina Marie Bonfanti, here shown on the cover of music from the long-running, epoch making show
    • Real Protection-Omaha Riot

    • Real Protection Omaha Riot United States Armed Forces Powell political cartoon soldier
    • Cartoon appeared in the Omaha Evening Bee September 30, 1919 found in NE History magazine, Fall 1991, Vol. 72, No. 3, P. 139. Omaha and Nebraska officials began seeking federal military aid as early as 6:20 P.M. on the evening of September 28. ...
    • Induction Notice for William E. Green

    • William E. Green, Born in Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th Infantry
    • From Armed Forces Induction Station, Fort Crook, Nebraska. Names of people are listed, including William E. Green. Signed by W.R. Spillman, 2nd Lieut. A.U.S., Actg. Retg. Officer. William E. Green, born Lincoln, NE Corporal 76th Division, 304th...
    • rope

    • rope
    • "Braided leather loop through which horsehair rope passes. End consists of leather braided to form a knob. Colors of rope are variegated brown, black, white, and red"

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