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    • 1000 Mile Tree

    • Railroads -- Track; Railroads -- Employees; Photographic prints
    • Abstract Depicts men working on railroad tracks near a tree with a sign in its branches that reads, 1000 Mile Tree.
    • Frontier University Dreams: A Story of Botantists, Bodysnatchers, and Bugeaters (Full Program...

    • Frontier University Dreams A Story of Botantists, Bodysnatchers, and Bugeaters video television tv full program episode documentary historical historic history Geyer Cavett Historian McKee Architectural Logan-Peters English Professor Knoll Nebraska...
    • Pioneering the harsh landscape of Nebraska was difficult enough in 1869. Pioneering a new university was almost beyond reason. What was a university? Who should go? What should be taught? There were no guidebooks. No road maps. They were building a...
    • 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...
    • All About Books: August 27, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young My Stroke of Insight Taylor The Book William How Shakespeare's First Folio Conquered World Collins Shakespeare
    • Otis Young reviews 'My Stroke of Insight,' a book by a doctor of brain physiology, who recounts the massive stroke she suffered -- and her decade-long recovery. Charles Stephen discusses 'The Book of William: How Shakespeare's First Folio Conquered...
    • All About Books: September 24, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young The Shack William Paul Water's Edge Fossum Don Quixote Miguel de Cervantes
    • Otis Young reviews 'The Shack,' an unusual novel by William Paul Young in which a man whose child was kidnapped finds peace with loss at the scene where she may have been murdered. Charles Stephen reviews 'The Water's Edge,' an intelligent crime...
    • 13th and Douglas, Millard Hotel

    • Millard Hotel (Omaha, Neb.) -- 1900-1910; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910; Hotels & taverns -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1900-1910
    • Abstract Looking northeast up 13th Street toward the Millard Hotel, Omaha, Nebraska. Also includes Dodge Hotel, Millard Hotel Pharmacy.
    • Nebraska Stories: Remembering Kloefkorn, Episode 301

    • Nebraska Stories Remembering Kloefkorn video television tv segment clip special 301 magazine May 201, Nebraska's poet laureate William Kloefkorn passed away remembrance performance ROGER WELSH & TED KOOSER'S POETIC WORLD Kay Hall Annie Mumgaard
    • In May of 2011, Nebraska's poet laureate William Kloefkorn passed away. In this remembrance, we look back at an interview and a performance featuring the poet. From ROGER WELSH &, 1996 and TED KOOSER'S POETIC WORLD, 2005. Producers: Kay Hall,...
    • 15th Street, south from Dodge Street

    • Fifteenth Street (Omaha, Neb.); Cityscapes -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900
    • Abstract Looking south from Dodge Street on 15th Street, Omaha, Nebraska, from just in front of the Federal Building and the Creighton Block. Continental Block is on the east side of 15th Street.
    • 17th and Davenport Streets

    • Dwellings -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1880-1890; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1880-1890; Houses -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1889-1890
    • Abstract Lantern slide view of the intersection of 17th and Davenport Streets, Omaha, Nebraska.
    • 17th Street from the Court House, looking north

    • Seventeenth Street (Omaha, Neb.); Cityscapes -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900; Lantern slides -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- 1890-1900
    • Abstract Looking north on 17th Street from the Douglas County Court House on Farnam Street, Omaha, Nebraska. Includes Bee Building; New York Life Building; Brandeis Store. Automobiles and horse-drawn wagons on the street.
    • 1870 First Pack Outfit

    • Horsemen and horsewomen -- West (U.S.); Mules -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 2 men on horseback with a loaded pack mule. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1871 Yellowstone

    • Yellowstone National Park; Horsemen and horsewomen -- Yellowstone National Park; Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts a column of mounted men alongside a reflective lake. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1872 at the Tetons

    • Photographers -- West (U.S.); Teton Range (Wyo. and Idaho); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts William Henry Jackson and an assistant working on glass negatives on a rocky ledge, a large box camera on a tripod and 2 horses are in the background. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1874 Dr. Sullivan in the Tetons

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Teton Range (Wyo. and Idaho); lantern slide
    • Abstract Depicts a man seated on the ground near a small tent. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1875 Group of the USGS at Colorado Springs

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Outdoor life -- West (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 8 men gathered around a table. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.
    • 1875 Party

    • Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.); Lantern slides
    • Abstract Depicts 6 members of the 1875 USGS Survey, including William Henry Jackson; 4 are holding rifles. This is a tinted Magic Lantern Slide used by William Henry Jackson.

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