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    • Ensemble performance

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    • Riddle, Nelson. Three-quarter suite ;Hartley, Walter S. (Walter Sinclair), 1927- . Divertissement for brass quintet ;Heiden, Bernhard. Four dances ;Pinkham, Daniel. How precious is thy loving kindness ;Berger, Jean, 1909-2002. Eyes of all wait upon...
    • Faculty ensemble

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    • Miller, Mulgrew. Grew's Tune ;Fischer, Clare. Gaviota (arr. Kerry Strayer) ;Larson, Tom. Perception ;Bouffard, Peter. Snow day ;Kern, Jerome, 1885-1945. Yesterdays (arr. Jeffry Eckels) ;Watson, Pamela. Ms. B.C. ;Zawinul, Joe. Midnight mood
    • 'Get Those Weeds with 2, 4-D!'

    • HERBICIDES APPLICATION DEITEMEYER CARL HERBICIDES
    • Article, The Nebraska Farmer. April 4, 1953. Note: 2, 4-D, a chemical herbicides, was developed during World War II and its use in farming grew substantially after the War.
    • Round, George S., Victory

    • ROUND GEORGE S. VICTORY GARDENS NEBRASKA
    • Round, George S., Victory Gardens. The Nebraska Farmer, March 6, 1943. Note: During World War II, all Americans were called on to do what they could to help the war effort. Many people grew Victory Gardens to stretch food consumption, and lessen...
    • Portrait of Gladys Anderson

    • BERIGAN GLADYS 1903-1992
    • Portrait of Gladys Anderson. Note: Gladys Anderson later became the wife of Frank Berigan, Sr. She grew up the daughter of a hotel proprietor, and was afforded many luxuries that her contemporaries were not.
    • P.J. Richardson, Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska

    • mules agricultural buildings sheep mules fences snow dogs roads
    • In 1971, P. G. Richardson identified the photographs: 'This picture was taken on the farm of my Father, Presstman J. Richardson, wich is located 7 miles north and 1 mile east of Broken Bow, Nebraska, located in the Southeast Corner of Section 21,...
    • P.J. Richardson, Broken Bow, Custer, Nebraska

    • mules agricultural buildings sheep mules fences snow dogs roads
    • In 1971, P. G. Richardson identified the photographs: 'This picture was taken on the farm of my Father, Presstman J. Richardson, wich is located 7 miles north and 1 mile east of Broken Bow, Nebraska, located in the Southeast Corner of Section 21,...
    • University of Nebraska at Omaha

    • SoutheastOmaha college UNO
    • In 1908, the University of Omaha opened. As it grew, it moved to different buildings around the city. In 1968, it became the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Now, it has about 15,000 students who can study nearly 200 different subjects. The campus...
    • Birth of the Omaha Stockyards (BEEF STATE)  [video]

    • Beef Cattle South Omaha Stockyards Alexander Swan Meat Production Chicago Upton Sinclair Jungle
    • In 1884, a group of investors built cattle pens on 10 acres of ground. Then, just two years later, the investors built the Livestock Exchange building. The stockyards grew quickly, as did the volume of animals it processed. Soon meatpackers set up...

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