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    • Balancing morale and morals in the USO during WWII -- May 23, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life morale moral morals USO clubs men soldier soldiers women hostess hostesses good girl girls food fun World War 2 II two WWII Winchell
    • Volunteering to dance with soldiers at USO clubs was supporting the troops. Dancing with strangers was a risk to your reputation. That was the balance that young women and the USO had to strike. Jerry Johnston reports.
    • Remembering Vivian Strong -- June 20, 2009

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Remembering Vivian Strong North Omaha community African-American Black girl police officer shooting 1969 race riot Civil Rights
    • Forty years ago, North Omaha broke out in riots at the news that a 14-year-old Black girl was shot and killed by a police officer. Now, for the first time, Strong's sister talks about the events that left a permanent mark on Omaha's predominantly...
    • All About Books: November 26, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young The Girl with Dragon Tattoo Larsson Firsts Origins of Everyday Things That Changed World Casey
    • Charles Stephen investigates 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo,' the first thrilling installment in a planned triology by new novelist Stieg Larsson. Otis Young unwraps 'Firsts: Origins of Everyday Things That Changed the World' by Wilson Casey, a...
    • Nebraska Stories: White Buffalo Girl (Episode 103 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories White Buffalo Girl video television tv segment clip special magazine Geyer Lesiak Saiz writer Starita Black Elk Moon Hawk NE story Great Plains Niobrara Neligh Oklahoma Elkhorn River Valley people history historic historical event...
    • Segment from Episode 3
      In May of 1877, hundreds of Ponca people - men, women and children - were forced to leave their Nebraska homeland and sent on a nightmare journey into Indian Territory. Four days into the journey a baby girl named White...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 103 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories Episode 3 video television tv full program episode special magazine Geyer Wolford Lesiak Organizer Williams Bush Pollard Abalos Chapp Williams Historian Carter narrator Harris Momaday biographer Christianson Saiz writer Starita...
    • This episode includes: The Liberators, Greening of the Dust Bowl, Loren Eiseley's Reflections of the Depression, White Buffalo Girl, Giving Thanks at a One Room School, and Piano in Tow.
    • All About Books: January 7, 2010

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen guest reviewer Susan The Girl Who Played With Fire Larssen When You Were a Tadpole and I Was Fish Other Speculations About This That Gardner
    • Guest reviewer Susan Stephen warms up with 'The Girl Who Played With Fire,' the second installment of the Swedish mystery trilogy by Stieg Larssen. Charles Stephen immerses himself in 'When You Were a Tadpole and I Was a Fish: And Other...
    • Nebraska Stories: Episode 206 (Full Program)

    • Nebraska Stories video television tv segment clip special 206 magazine deconstructing ceramic sculpture Lincoln ceramicist ceramics Ryan LeBar abstract art Price of Water summer volunteers experts clean up Missouri River near Omaha river sports...
    • This episode of Nebraska Stories focuses on the art and science of ceramics, a small-town drama team's path to victory, a quilt that tells the collective stories of a group of Sudanese refugees, a preview of Rosenblatt Stadium's final moments, and...
    • Nebraska Stories: Quilted Conscience (Episode 206 Clip)

    • Nebraska Stories video television tv segment clip special 206 magazine young Sudanese girls Sudan girl refugee refugees Grand Island create quilt quilts quilting hopes dreams
    • A group of young Sudanese girls, all refugees living in Grand Island, create a quilt made up of their hopes and dreams.
    • Nebraska Stories: The Girl from Broken Bow, Episode 301

    • Nebraska Stories The Girl from Broken Bow video television tv segment clip special 301 magazine family treasure detective young woman homestead portrait sod house photographer Solomon Butcher Katie Farritor Jim Underwood Pat Aylward
    • Sometimes a family treasure requires detective work. We follow a young woman as she finds a surprising story behind a homestead portrait taken by sod house photographer Solomon Butcher. Producer: Katie Farritor. Editors: Jim Underwood, Pat Aylward.
    • Next Exit: Sideline Support

    • Next Exit video Sideline Support Millard South girl's basketball Rich Olinda Olson ALS Lou Gehrig's disease
    • Millard South girl's basketball coach Rich Olson and his wife Olinda face a tough battle with ALS -- Lou Gehrig's disease.
    • 'Corn Girl'

    • clothing and dress corn cornucopias photographs gourds
    • Note: This photograph shows a young woman dressed in corn husks, holding ears of corn, and wearing popcorn necklaces
    • 'Visiting Day.'  Southeast Custer County, Nebraska.

    • sod houses family events school children
    • Note: This photograph has been identified as the William O. and Sylvia Blain-McConkey family. Mr. McConkey died in 1897, and she remarried to John C. Kiley. See additional information. A girl at the far left holds a lunch pail, school book, and...

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