Nebraska State

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Nebraska State Capitol
... The Nebraska State Capitol, located in Lincoln, Nebraska, houses the primary executive, judicial, and legislative offices of the U.S ... State of Nebraska ... The second floor (main floor) is home to the Nebraska Supreme Court, the Nebraska Court of Appeals, and the Nebraska Legislature ...
Thomas Jefferson Majors
... state of Nebraska ... He was born in Libertyville, Iowa, on June 25, 1841 and attended the Nebraska state normal school ... He moved to Peru, Nebraska in 1860 and entered the union army in June 1861 as a first lieutenant of Company C, First Regiment, Nebraska Volunteer Infantry ...
Larry Station - Early Years
... Larry Station was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, just across the river from Iowa ... He was a two-time first team all-state football selection in high school and was named captain of his football team ... He won the Nebraska state title in the shot put his junior and senior years and won the state title in discus his senior year ...
List Of People From North Omaha, Nebraska - Political Figures
... American lawyer in Omaha Malcolm X, civil rights leader Ernie Chambers, Nebraska State Senator, historical North Omaha community leader Dr ... Ricketts, the first African American elected to the Nebraska State Legislature in 1892 ... Crook trial Frank Brown (Omaha, Nebraska), City councilmember Brenda Council, City councilmember Lowen Kruse, Nebraska State Senator Whitney Young, Former head of Omaha Urban League ...

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