Jobbers Canyon Historic District was a large industrial and warehouse area comprising 24 buildings located in downtown Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It was roughly bound by Farnam Street on the north, South Eighth Street on the east, Jackson Street on the south, and South Tenth Street on the west. In 1989, all 24 buildings in Jobbers Canyon were demolished, representing the largest National Register historic district lost to date.
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... Two historic districts listed on the National Register currently border the former Jobbers Canyon site ... They include the Old Market Historic District, which was listed in 1979 and the Omaha Rail and Commerce Historic District, which was listed in 1996 ... Park Service officially delisted the non-existent Jobbers Canyon Historic District in 2002 ...
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