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North Omaha Chronicles, 12-13-19

This is North Omaha Chronicles, 12-13-19 called “3 Nations.” Copyright Adam Fletcher Sasse. All Rights Reserved.

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A History of the Ponca Hills in North Omaha

The Ponca Hills have a deep and rich history with American Indians, horse thieves, fur trappers and more. Here’s my account…

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A History of Cabanné’s Trading Post in North Omaha

This is a short history of Cabanne’s Post in North Omaha.

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A History of North Omaha’s Hummel Park

There is a lot of misunderstanding about what happens at Hummel Park. A lot of it comes from racism, a lot from ignorance, and the rest of it from active imaginations. Before we start examining the allegations about the park, let’s look at the actual, factual history of Hummel Park. The Real History of Hummel […]

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A History of Fort Omaha

Nestled between the Miller Park neighborhood and Sorenson Parkway is a 150+ year old institution that’s been a powerhouse, a prison, a balloon school and a neglected surplus, and many other things. This is a short history of Fort Omaha. Growing Up by the Fort As a whole, Fort Omaha is a beautiful place with […]

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Native Americans in North Omaha

Native Americans are not gone, and neither is their culture. This article is not intended to mythologize, romanticize, or historicize American Indians of any kind in any way. Instead, its a simple summary of what white people have found about the Native Americans who lived in the area we know today as North Omaha.