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21 Nebraska National Historic Landmarks


Ash Hollow - 5/25/2012
A spring in the vicinity of Ash Hollow Cave made it an attractive site for human habitation, spanning over 2,500 years from 1000 B.C.
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Father Flanagan's Boys' Home (Omaha) - 5/24/2012
The original Boys Town was founded as a boys' orphanage in 1917 by Roman Catholic priest Edward J. Flanagan, and pioneered development of new juvenile care methods in the 20th century.
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Fort Atkinson (Fort Calhoun) - 5/24/2012
This is the first US Army post to be established west of the Missouri River in the unorganized region of the Louisiana Purchase, erected in 1819 and is credited as the first town in Nebraska.
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Nebraska State Capitol (Lincoln) - 5/12/2011
The building was designed by Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue, constructed in 1922 of Indiana limestone; at 15 stories, it is the second-tallest U.S. statehouse and the tallest building in Lincoln.
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Robidoux Pass - 5/26/2012
Named for the family that had a trading post here, this is a gap passing through the Wildcat Hills used by thousands of emigrants on the Oregon Trail from 1843-1851.
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USS Hazard (Minesweeper) (Omaha) - 5/11/2011
An Admirable-class minesweeper which served in the Navy during World War II.
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William Jennings Bryan House (Lincoln) - 5/12/2011
The house was built in 1902 and was the home of the lawyer and politician.
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