This is "A History of Enslavement in Nebraska" by Adam Fletcher Sasse for NorthOmahaHistory.com.

A History of Enslavement in Nebraska

This is a history of slavery in Nebraska, including enslaved people, enslavers, locations and events. There’s also a history of the Underground Railroad and Lane Trail in Nebraska.

This July 21, 1908 headline from the Omaha World-Herald says, "Boston Green, Negro Police Mascot, Dies; Was Famous Character in Local History."

A Biography of Boston Green

This is a biography of Boston Green (1838-1908), a popularly scorned African American homeless person in Omaha, Nebraska.

Lewis Washington (1800-1898) was a famous abolitionist, noted lecturer and minister who moved to Omaha around 1880. In Omaha, Washington was involved in politics and community leadership. He is buried at Forest Lawn. Public domain image.

A Biography of Lewis Washington

This is a biography of Lewis Washington (1800-1898), a famous abolitionist, noted lecturer and minister who lived in North Omaha, Nebraska, at the end of his life.

Terrell McKinney. District 11. Nebraska Legislature. November 9, 2020. Photo by Craig Chandler / University Communication

A Biography of Terrell McKinney

This is a biography of Terrell McKinney (b. 1990) of North Omaha, Nebraska, the 14th African American legislator to serve in the Nebraska Legislature since 1892.

This is the story of Daisy Anderson (1900-1998) in North Omaha. Mrs. Anderson was an international speaker and widely regarded author.

Daisy Anderson in North Omaha

This is a biography of Daisy Anderson (c1900-1998), the widow of a wealthy Black man in western Nebraska who was forced to move to North Omaha.