Links for Nebraska History
Nebraska History Resources
Nebraska State Historical Society
Visit the Nebraska State Historical Society and learn more about the State of Nebraska.
Nebraska History Teaching Materials
A listing of resources from the Nebraska State Historical Society.
Notable Nebraskans Index
NOTABLE NEBRASKANS provides 250-800 words about citizens who have made significant contributions in a number of areas. The index lists the name and field of endeavor of the forty-seven Nebraskans for whom the Nebraska State Historical Society currently have entries.
Take a Virtual Tour of the Nebraska State Capitol
Our Capitol has been widely recognized as an architectural masterpiece that embodies the union of art, architecture, and humanism. Come and visit our Capitol.
This is a news-on-demand service designed to deliver local news from Nebraska to participants everywhere. The source for this news is the Nebraska Public Television and Radio Networks and STATEWIDE, Nebraska’s weekly news series.
Homestead National Monument of America
Homestead National Monument was authorized March 19, 1936, to commemorate the Homestead Act of 1862 and its affect upon the nation. Come and visit and learn more about our monument.
Explore Genuine.Nebraska from the Pine Ridge region in the northwest where bison, elk and antelope still roam to the River Front country of the rolling Missouri.
Nebraska State Historical Markers by County
Taken from Nebraska in the Making by Mike Parks. Published by the World Publishing Company, Omaha, Nebraska. Copyright 1966.
North Platte Canteen
From December 25, 1941 until April 1, 1946 more than 6 million servicemen and women who traveled through Nebraska during World War II fondly remember the hospitality of the North Platte Canteen where every troop train was met by volunteers who prepared and served sandwiches, coffee, cookies, cakes, and other homemade Goodies during stops there.