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    • The Creightons: Building The Dream (Full Program Replay)

    • The Creightons Building The Dream video television tv full program episode documentary historical historic history Maryott Historian Wishart Jacobs Snoddy President Reverend Rev Schlegel Mihelich State Society Carter Lauritzen Edward Ed James John...
    • Their family name is part of the Omaha, Nebraska landscape and forever linked to the nationally recognized Creighton University campus. But, who were these immigrant men and women who scratched out a life in the United States and realized the...
    • Nebraska's Water Future: Feast or Famine by Bruce Babbitt

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Nebraska's Water Future Feast or Famine Babbitt Governor Arizona groundwater environment environmental quality Secretary the Interior President...
    • Bruce Babbitt was Governor of Arizona from 1978-87 and Attorney General of Arizona from 1975-78. As governor, he brought environmental and resource management to the forefront in the state. He negotiated and steered to passage the Arizona...
    • 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...
    • 'Presidential Courage' -- October 8, 2007

    • Humanities Desk radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Michael Beschloss Presidential Courage president book lecture
    • Michael R. Beschloss gave a speech about his book 'Presidential Courage' -- and the past U.S. presidents that have displayed a great deal of it. Bechloss' talk was the twelfth in the Governor's Lecture in the Humanities, sponsored by the Nebraska...
    • Human Rights and Ethical Globalization by Mary Robinson

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Human Rights Ethical Globalization Robinson President Ireland United Nations High Commissioner Initiative Africa public policy business...
    • The first female President of Ireland (1990-1997) and more recently, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (1997-2002), Mary Robinson has spent most of her life as a human rights activist. As an academic, legislator, and barrister, she...
    • Russia: Retrospect and Prospects by Mikhail Gorbachev

    • E.N. Thompson Forum video World Issues Cooper Foundation issue lecture lectures UNL University Nebraska Russia Retrospect Prospects prospect Gorbachev president Soviet Union General Secretary Communist Party Nobel Peace Prize Cold War Green Cross...
    • Former president of the Soviet Union from 1990-91 and General Secretary of the Communist Party from 1985-1991, Mikhail Gorbachev lectured on 'Russia: Retrospect and Prospect.' He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1990 for his role in promoting...
    • All About Books: June 12, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Sorensen Counselor Life Edge History Nebraska politics politician advisor president Kennedy JFK speech speechwriter
    • Charles Stephen chats with Nebraska native Ted Sorensen about his new book 'Counselor: A Life at the Edge of History.'
    • All About Books: June 19, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Last Lecture Pausch professor pancreatic pancreas cancer terminal illness death George H. W. Bush Naftali 41st president biography
    • Otis Young ponders a terminally ill professor's reflections on life and death in 'The Last Lecture' by Randy Pausch. Charles Stephen inspects a new biography about the 41st President of the U.S. by Timothy Naftali, 'George H. W. Bush.'
    • All About Books: August 28, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Carse Religious Case Against Belief White House Ghosts Presidents Speechwriters Schlesinger president presidential speech
    • Otis Young peruses James P. Carse's 'The Religious Case Against Belief,' an essential piece on how belief (and not religion) can limit one's understanding of the world. Charles Stephen unearths 'White House Ghosts: Presidents and Their...
    • All About Books: October 9, 2008

    • All About Books book literature reading review Stephen Young Eighth Day Avitabile Harry Truman American Presidents Series Dallek president
    • Otis Young uncovers Tom Avitabile's 'The Eighth Day,' a new thriller about a secret society of domestic terrorists that opposes modern technology. Charles Stephen examines the new biography 'Harry S. Truman: The American Presidents Series' by...
    • Electing A President: Nebraska Voter Diaries (Full Program Replay)

    • Electing A President Nebraska Voter Diaries video television tv full program episode special Albrecht Edmundson Gaspard Snook Iwan Lincoln Omaha Hastings Cozad opinion diary politics election presidential Democrat Democratic Republican candidate...
    • Fathers and daughters, husbands and wives, single moms and students comprise a group of eight Nebraskans whose thoughts and opinions about the 2008 Presidential Race will be part of the NET Television production 'Electing A President: Nebraska...
    • America and the world, 1962 to 2008 : contrasts and contradictions

    • United States--Foreign relations--1961-1963; United States--Foreign relations--2001-2009
    • Theodore C. 'Ted' Sorensen, former special counsel and advisor to President John F. Kennedy, compared and contrated President Kennedy's foreign policies (1961-1963) with those of President George W. Bush (2001-2009). Recorded live on November 18,...
    • Arizona

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    • Poster for the play Arizona ; Thomas reached a high artistic level in Arizona and The Witching Hour ; he was elected to membership in the American Academy of Arts and Letters, was awarded the National Institute's gold medal in 1913, and in 1914...

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