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Directory of Historic North Omaha Church Buildings

This is a directory of historic North Omaha church buildings. Many are still churches; some are not.

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19th century 20th century Architects architecture schools

History of Irvington School in Omaha

A country school that’s now engulfed by Omaha, the Irvington School was once a bastion of a small rural community. This is a history.

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20th century 21st century 24th and Lake Architects architecture Black spaces and places business civic infrastructure culture Great Plains Black History Museum historic preservation Lake Street Listed on National Register of Historic Places Near North Side Organizations Social services

A History of the Webster Telephone Exchange Building

Some buildings are constructed, serve a purpose and then are demolished. Others seem to live several lifetimes by acting as a base for several enterprises and a hub for the community during different crises. Despite looking like its falling apart right now, one Lake Street building is such an institution, serving as an icon of change, sustainability and transformation in the community. This is is a history of the Webster Telephone Exchange Building.

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19th century 20th century 21st century African Americans Architects architecture Demolished buildings ethnic groups historic preservation Immigrants Jewish Near North Side North 24th Street schools Segregation

A History of Kellom School

What do Fred Astaire, Roger and Gale Sayers, Bob Gibson, Bob Boozer, Michael Anania, Brenda Council, and former Omaha mayor Johnny Rosenblatt all have in common? Born in the Near North Side, each attended the same school. That same building is a neighborhood institution with deep roots going back at least 140 years in Omaha’s past. This is a history of North Omaha’s Kellom School.

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19th century 20th century 21st century Architects architecture Black spaces and places Buildings economics Education historic preservation Lost history North 30th schools

A History of the Druid Hill School in North Omaha

Some schools in Omaha were built in reaction to floods of new residents moving into neighborhoods unexpectedly. Others were built to attract new residents. Originally opened in 1885, the school at North 30th and Spaulding Street was the latter. This is a history of the Druid Hill School in North Omaha.

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19th century 20th century 21st century Architects architecture Black churches Buildings Churches economics historic preservation Immigrants North 30th Scandinavians White flight

A History of Hope Lutheran Church in North Omaha

This is a history of the only African American Lutheran church in Nebraska today, called Hope Lutheran Church.

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19th century 20th century 21st century Architects architecture Buildings Catholics Creighton Cuming Street Demolished buildings Healthcare historic preservation History of Nebraska Near North Side North 24th Street North 30th racism religion

A History of Creighton University

This is a history of Creighton University, including notable people, places and events throughout its history.