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    • Almost a Clean Sweep

    • Omaha Bee riot will brown city hall incident 1919 cartoon poster clean sweep race relations rape allegations yellow journalism federal control Douglas county Ed Smith Mayor Agnes Leobeck Milton Millard Hoffman
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    • Riot Headlines from World-Herald

    • riot Omaha headline newspaper article world herald incident Will Brown lynching United States Armed services frenzied thousands
    • Headlines from Omaha World-Herald Sept. 29, 1919 issue from NE History Magazine, P. 163 Winter 1987, Vol. 65, No. 4.
    • Omaha Mayor Ed A. Smith

    • Omaha Mayor Ed A. Smith riot race relations 1919 politics attempted lynching federal intervention incident Omaha Bee United States Armed Forced Dennison Rosewater Dahlman election
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    • Robert G. Farritor family, Custer County, Nebraska.

    • livestock sod buildings sidesaddle riding windmills horses cattle swine sod houses agricultural buildings
    • Identified from left to right: Lizzie Wells (a visiting neighbor); Mary, Hennie, Robert J., Frank, Michael, Nora, Will, Anne holding Alice, and Robert G. Ferritor. About the Picture of the Robert Garrett Farritor Homestead - Custer Co. Nebraska...
    • Kuroki poses with shattered turret

    • Ben Kuroki, born Hershey, NE Army Air Forces Technical Sergeant 93rd Bombardment Group
    • After completing 25 missions, Ben Kuroki volunteered for five more. On his 30th mission over Munster Germany, flack hit his top turret. He lost his oxygen mask and was delirious. The pilot realized something was wrong when Kuroki’s guns kept...
    • Exercise Tiger (THE WAR:  NEBRASKA STORIES) [video]

    • world war II nebraska Exercise Tiger d-day normandy france Slapton Sands Devonshire England Richard Connell combat
    • In Exercise Tiger, Richard Connell relates the disappointment of a failed mission. In April 1944, the Allies tried a practice run at Slapton Sands, Devonshire, England, in preparation for the D-Day invasion at Normandy, France. Germans fell upon...
    • Spooking Cattle

    • Cattle herding -- California; Cowboys -- California; Ink drawings
    • Depicts two men waving their jackets to divert a herd of stampeding cattle. This is an incident from William Henry Jackson's 1866 journey to California.
    • Bear Confronts a Man

    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942; Hayden, F. V. (Ferdinand Vandeveer), 1829-1887; Bear attacks -- Yellowstone National Park; Ink drawings
    • Depicts a man kneeling with a rifle pointed at a bear. An incident that occurred in 1878 when William Henry Jackson and Ferdinand Hayden encountered a grizzly bear during the 1878 USGS expedition to Yellowstone.
    • Bear Confronts Man

    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942; Hayden, F. V. (Ferdinand Vandeveer), 1829-1887; Bear attacks -- Yellowstone National Park; Ink drawings
    • Depicts a man kneeling with a rifle pointed at a bear. An incident that occurred in 1878 when William Henry Jackson and Ferdinand Hayden encountered a grizzly bear during the 1878 USGS expedition to Yellowstone.

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