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    • Nebraska Stories: A Day in Fontenelle Forest (Episode 102 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories A Day in Fontenelle Forest video television tv segment clip special magazine Wolford Nature Association Board Member Ratzlaff Dennis NE story Great Plains Bellevue state life place National Natural Landmarks landmark education...
    • Segment from Episode 2
      It is one of the largest private nature centers in the country and one of Nebraska's five National Natural Landmarks and it is located just minutes from downtown Omaha in Bellevue, Nebraska. With miles of trails,...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 102 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 2 video television tv full program episode special magazine Wolford Defensive End Langston Trey Coleman Joel Makovicka Head Coach Athletic Director Tom Osborne Speechwriter Ted Sorensen Bob Devaney Ryan Toavs Potter...
    • This episode includes: The First Walk-On, A One-Room School, I Am an American, and A Day in Fontenelle Forest.
    • 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...
    • Along the Sweetwater Near Split Rock

    • Locomotion -- West (U.S.); Split Rock (Natrona County, Wyo.); Watercolors
    • Depicts the various methods of transportation used on the overland trails, including: packmules, Pony Express, stagecoaches, wagons, and travois. All this is set in central Wyoming.
    • 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.
    • Bike Trail / St. George Street Improvements

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    • Built 1997. Project Description: A wide variety of streetscape and landscape improvements have been made to the downtown streets of Toronto in an effort to create a more hospitable environment for pedestrians and cyclists, while still maintaining...
    • Bike Trail / St. George Street Improvements

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    • Built 1997. Project Description: A wide variety of streetscape and landscape improvements have been made to the downtown streets of Toronto in an effort to create a more hospitable environment for pedestrians and cyclists, while still maintaining...
    • Bike Trail / St. George Street Improvements

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    • Built 1997. Project Description: A wide variety of streetscape and landscape improvements have been made to the downtown streets of Toronto in an effort to create a more hospitable environment for pedestrians and cyclists, while still maintaining...
    • Bike Trail / St. George Street Improvements

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    • Built 1997. Project Description: A wide variety of streetscape and landscape improvements have been made to the downtown streets of Toronto in an effort to create a more hospitable environment for pedestrians and cyclists, while still maintaining...
    • 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.

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