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    • 4 Seth Kinman photos

    • Kinmen, Seth; Furniture; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Seth Kinman left Illinois for California in 1849, but he is remembered today for his celebrated return to Washington, D.C. Failing as a gold miner, he made a handsome living as a hunter and trapper. But he became renowned as a craftsman...
    • 4-H Club Promotion Pamphlet

    • WORLD WAR 1939-1945 WAR WORK 4-H CLUBS NSHS 4-H CLUBS BROCHURES YOUTH SOCIETIES CLUBS
    • 4-H Club Promotion Pamphlet. 1943. This pamphlet describes 4-H activities and involvement in the war effort.
    • 4-H Purple Ribbon Cattle

    • 4-H LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEBRASKA LINCOLN NSHS AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITIONS NEBRASKA LINCOLN NEBRASKA STATE FAIR 1950: LINCOLN NEB. 4-H CLUBS NEBRASKA
    • 4-H Purple Ribbon Cattle Auctioned Friday At The Nebraska State Fair, September 9, 1950.
    • 'Side Lines Pay On the Jones Farm'

    • AGRICULTURAL DIVERSIFICATION BUTCHERING NSHS BUCK GLENN GARDENING NEBRASKA SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY PORK SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY NEB. COTTAGE CHEESE DAIRYING NEBRASKA SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCTS JONES ROY
    • Article. The Nebraska Farmer. June 13, 1931
    • 'The Woman County Agent.

    • AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION WORK WOMEN EDUCATION WILSON MAUD UNIVERSITY NEBRASKA. HOME ECONOMICS EXTENSION SERVICE LINCOLN NEB. COUNTY AGRICULTURAL AGENTS WOMEN SOCIETIES CLUBS FARM WOMEN DAILY ACTIVITIES NSHS
    • 'The Woman County Agent.' Nebraska Farmer, April 28, 1917.
    • Ash Hollow illustration

    • Overland Trails--Description and travel; Ash Hollow (Neb.); Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Significant historic sites along the Overland Trail, such as Ash Hollow, have been preserved by the state of Nebraska.
    • Back Cover Of A Catalog Of

    • FARMS PICTORIAL WORKS M. M. JOHNSON COMPANY CLAY CENTER NEB. CATALOGS FARM BUILDINGS PICTORIAL WORKS CHILDREN ON THE FARM PICTORIAL WORKS NSHS CHICKENS PICTORIAL WORKS CATTLE PICTORIAL WORKS
    • Back Cover Of A Catalog Of Products Manufactured By The M.M. Johnson Company, Clay Center, Nebraska.
    • Beet Dump.  Description

    • SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY NEB GREAT WESTERN SUGAR COMPANY SCOTTSBLUFF COUNTY NEB. SUGAR BEET DUMP NSHS
    • Beet Dump. Description: Beet dump being installed by the Great Western Sugar Company. Note: Photograph Conservation and Survey Division, University of Nebraska, cooperating with the Chicago Burlington & Quincy Rail Road, by George Condra.
    • Bison head

    • American bison; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract In some years emigrants saw few buffalo; in others the plains were covered by the shaggy beasts. Depending on the herds for a regular source of food, though, was a foolhardy gamble.
    • Blue Water fight

    • Blue Water, Battle of; Ash Hollow (Neb.); Indians of North America--Wars; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract In 1855 the U.S. Army sent an expedition to punish the Sioux. Soldiers destroyed an Indian village along Blue Water Creek near Ash Hollow.
    • Bootjack

    • Boots; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract The bootjack was used to remove footgear.
    • Bow and arrows

    • Indians of North America; Bow and arrow; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Bow and arrows. Rather than wantonly shooting at passerby, in reality some Lakota bowmen put on exhibitions of shooting skill for the emigrants.
    • Buffalo

    • American bison; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract Miles Maryott, an artist from Oshkosh, Nebraska, painted this scene in 1910, long after the buffalo herds had vanished.
    • Butter Sculpture, Nebraska

    • NEBRASKA STATE FAIR 1915: LINCOLN NEB. AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITIONS NEBRASKA LINCOLN EXHIBIT BOOTHS NEBRASKA LINCOLN BUTTER IN ART NSHS
    • Butter Sculpture, Nebraska State Fair, 1915.
    • Cape

    • Overland Trails--Description and travel; Cloaks; Nebraska Western Trails Project NSHS
    • Abstract WomanÆs cape worn from Battle Creek, Michigan, to the California in 1849.

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