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Place the State
Place the StateInteractive
State the Plate Game
State the Plate GameInteractive
Ultimate History Quiz
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Transcontinental RailroadVideo Clip (3:27)
Video Clip (3:27)
Find out how the transcontinental railroad transformed America into one nation.
The Buffalo and Native Americans
The Buffalo and Native AmericansVideo Clip (1:52)
Video Clip (1:52)
The buffalo was an essential part of Native American life, used in everything from religious rituals to teepee construction.
Freight TrainsVideo Clip (4:19)
Video Clip (4:19)
Some things you might not know about this vital transportation system and role it plays in supporting the backbone of American industry.
America DividedVideo Clip (3:54)
Video Clip (3:54)
America is at the brink of a Civil War as cotton spreads west and threatens to expand slavery into new territories.
Jergen's RanchVideo Clip (2:55)
Video Clip (2:55)
In 2004, after a Nebraska farmer discovers the gruesome cow remains, reports of nearby UFOs convince some that it's the work of aliens.
Photo Galleries (5)
History.com's state gallery for Nebraska. Learn more about the state symbols and famous landmarks.
The Battle Over Slavery
The Battle Over Slavery(12 Photos)
Explore images of abolitionists, the Underground Railroad and much more as you learn about the battle over slavery in the United States.
Native American Tribes and Cultures
Native American Tribes and Cultures(13 Photos)
Native American cultures in the United States include socially and geographically diverse groups.
Native American Warriors and Battles
Native American Warriors and Battles(13 Photos)
Discover the history of conflict between colonial and American governments and the Native American population of the United States.
Gerald Ford(20 Photos)
View an image slideshow on President Gerald Ford.
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Admitted to the union in 1867, Nebraska has been a major food producer since attaining statehood.Go
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