The Omaha history mystery of the lost monument is unravelled by guest author Michele Wyman.
This is a history of the buildings at North 24th and Fort Streets in the Miller Park neighborhood.
Adam Fletcher Sasse’s memories growing up in North Omaha, Nebraska in the 1980s and 1990s.
From the 1890s through the 2000s, Pearl Memorial United Methodist Church stood as a beacon in North Omaha. This is it’s history.
Drifting high above North Omaha for 12 years, dirigibles and balloons that were lighter than air showed how Fort Omaha was central to US Army experimentation. This article shares the short history of the balloon school that showed so much promise early on.
The Minne Lusa Creek used to run wild through North Omaha. Here’s its short story…
Immediately after World War II, there was a rush of soldiers flush with government money that allowed them to buy homes and build families right away. A lot of North Omaha finished in-filling during this period, with houses constructed in just a few months and selling a lot quicker than that. Spread across a few streets in the Miller Park neighborhood, one set of these homes created an architecturally distinct area that should be designated as a historic district and preserved quickly.