This is a history of the North 17th Street Methodist Church in Omaha, which was open from 1869 to 1877.
This is a history of industry in North Omaha, Nebraska, from 1854 to present.
One of Omaha’s most distinct immigrant populations has nearly disappeared from the city’s identity. This is a history of Hungarians in Omaha.
This is North Omaha Chronicles, “North Omaha’s Fur Trading Posts,” 12-14-19. Copyright Adam Fletcher Sasse. All Rights Reserved.
This is North Omaha Chronicles, 12-12-19. Copyright Adam Fletcher Sasse. All Rights Reserved.
This is a biography of minister, newspaper editor, NAACP leader and North Omaha community activist Rev. John Albert Williams (1866-1933).
A podcast about the history of fur trading in Omaha, Nebraska by Adam Fletcher Sasse and Steve Sleeper for NorthOmahaHistory.com
This is a history of Omaha’s North Downtown neighborhood.
The Ponca Hills have a deep and rich history with American Indians, horse thieves, fur trappers and more. Here’s my account…
This is a history of the North Omaha Bottoms, an area of the city not thought of much today, but once a key to its future!
This is a list of African American firsts in Omaha.
This is a history of North Omaha’s Fort Lisa, including its location, history and more.
This is a FREE North Omaha History Timeline with more than 200 years passed, including people, places, organizations, events, businesses and more!
Did you know that North Omaha has at least eight historic cemeteries? Serving religious and ethnic populations as well as the general public, these are the final resting places of thousands of people from the 1840s through today.
Prospect Hill Cemetery was not Omaha’s first cemetery. This article explores that, and shares information about the city’s actual first cemeteries, including a few others lost to time.
Race and racism has dominated Omaha has history of movement, organizing and activism for civil rights for African Americans and others that goes almost back to the founding of the city. Following is a timeline of race and racism 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.
Almost a thousand years ago early American Indians roamed the thick woodlands the lined the Missouri River bottoms in East … More
There are places in Omaha where ghosts, legends and history come alive. With mysterious burial sites, whispy hauntings and grand memorial trees, the pioneer graveyard called Prospect Hill Cemetery may be the most haunted of all. Read on to learn more…
North Omaha’s history began 50 years before the city was a city. North Omaha’s fur trading roots still affect the community today. Here’s the story…