This is a history of Fontenelle Boulevard from 1903 to the present.
Adam's Note: Here's another normal house history from North Omaha. Focused on an address where everyday North Omaha people lived, this house is similar to the other exposés I've written. Over more than 125 years, some of these homes have fallen apart and others were bulldozed, while the vast majority of original houses are still filling … Continue reading A History of 3467 North 42nd Street
A history of the Belvedere neighborhood in North Omaha, Nebraska.
In 1869, a Deaf man named William DeCoursey French founded the Nebraska School for the Deaf on 23 acres northwest of the City of Omaha. Today, the school is gone and the former campus is blended in with the rest of North Omaha. Its legacy is far from over though.
This is a summary of popular architectural styles in North Omaha.
Between 1870 and the 1950s, A LOT happened in North Omaha. This is a summary of the people, events, organizations and more that made history...
A history of the Fontenelle Park in North Omaha, Nebraska by Adam Fletcher Sasse. Includes baseball, parks and recreation, fireworks and more!