South Omaha

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South Omaha, Nebraska - Landmarks in South Omaha
... National Register of Historic Places Omaha Landmark Breckenridge-Gordon House No Yes Broatch Building No Yes Center School (Omaha, Nebraska) Yes Yes Columbian School Yes Yes ... Yes No Kimball House No Yes Kuncl-Hruska House No Yes Little Bohemia Bounded by South 10th Street on the east, South 16th Street on the west, Pierce Street on the north, and Martha Street on the south No No ... Episcopal Church Yes No St Philomena's Cathedral and Rectory Yes Yes Slater House No Yes South Omaha Bridge 1936 Located on Hwys 275/92 over the Missouri River Yes No South Omaha Main ...
South Omaha Land Company - Syndicate Park
... In 1887 the South Omaha Land Company developed the land that would become known as Syndicate Park in South Omaha ... After South Omaha was annexed by the City of Omaha in 1917, the area became known as Spring Lake Park ...
South Omaha Land Company
... The South Omaha Land Company was created in South Omaha, Nebraska in 1887 ... Founders included William A ...
Crime In Omaha - Current - Police Killings
... A South Omaha policeman named Edward Lowry apprehended a Greek man accused of having an illicit affair with a white woman on February 14, 1909 ... finally apprehended, a mob thronged around the South Omaha Jail where he was being held ... to keep him there and decided to move their prisoner to the Omaha jail ...
List Of Riots And Civil Unrest In Omaha, Nebraska - 20th Century
... With two world wars, several labor disputes and a lynching Omaha experienced a series of violent upheavals in the first half of the 20th century ... Accordingly, the emerging civil rights movement in Omaha brought forth several incidences of civil unrest as well ... Riots and civil unrest in Omaha from 1900 to 1929 chronological order Date Issue Event June 28, 1902 Labor dispute Protesters at the Union Pacific shops in Downtown Omaha go on strike with 1,800 workers affected ...

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