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    • All About Books: June 4, 2009

    • All About Books book literature reading review audio radio Stephen Young Evangelical Disenchantment Nine Portraits Faith Doubt Hempton 9 movement How Free Is Long Death Jim Crow Litwack African American black Reconstruction slavery
    • Charles Stephen contemplates 'Evangelical Disenchantment: Nine Portraits of Faith and Doubt' by David Hempton, a series of short biographies on influential artists, activists, and scholars and their journeys away from the Evangelical movement. Otis...
    • All About Books: November 12, 2009

    • All About Books audio radio book literature reading review author Stephen Young A Gate at the Stairs Moore Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It Meloy
    • Charles Stephen opens up Lorrie Moore's 'A Gate at the Stairs,' a witty, charming, and warm coming-of-age novel set in a Midwest college town. Otis Young considers 'Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It' by Maile Meloy, a collection of short stories...
    • Omaha's South 24th St. is business, cultural hub -- May 8, 2010

    • Humanities Desk audio radio history literature art religion Nebraska life Omaha's South 24th St. is business cultural hub street immigrant immigrants Omaha
    • Omaha's South 24th Street has been reborn as a business and social hub for immigrants - just like it used to be. The recent revival is due to both the city's investment and community's perseverance. Robyn Wisch takes us on a tour of the historic,...
    • 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.
    • 1733 Ranch in Nebraska

    • 1733 Ranch (Neb.); Automobiles -- Nebraska -- 1920-1930; Travel -- Nebraska -- 1920-1930; Street signs -- Nebraska -- 1920-1930
    • Abstract Autos and unidentified passengers stand by the 1733 Ranch milepost in central Nebraska. The sign indicates that it is 1733 miles to San Francisco to the West, and 1733 miles to Boston to the East.
    • 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.
    • 1892 BL No. 1 proof gun

    • Spanish-Cuban-American War, 1898 ;Batteries (Ordnance) ;Weapons
    • Model 1892 Breechloading Cannon of the type used by U.S. artillerymen during the battles. This gun, used as a memorial, is marked No. 1 Proof Gun for the improved breech system
    • 1919 race riot in Omaha, NE [video]

    • video 1919 race riot
    • The lynching of Will Brown was a horrible event that affected all parts of Omaha, NE. This segment is from the program 'A Street of Dreams,' produced in 1994 by NET, Nebraska's PBS Television Station.

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