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January 12, 2014
Clip from the 2008 NET Production "Beef State" highlighting the Blizzard of 1949, a series of snowstorms between November 1948 to February 1949 that... more››
January 12, 2014
12 million years ago volcanic ash buried alive elephants, camels and rhinos in Northeast Nebraska and today their skeletons are still being uncovered... more››
November 1, 2013
A century ago, children and adults with intellectual disabilities often endured abuse and abandonment in large institutions. But in 1913, a visionary... more››
November 1, 2013
The sights and sounds of the late September sale of rare "survivor cars" from the last century. Ten thousand people from all over the world converge... more››
November 1, 2013
Dia de los Muertos is, above all, a celebration of life. Come with us to the Sheldon Museum of Art and the Bancroft Gallery in South Omaha as we look... more››
November 1, 2013
Who would expect a Nazi concentration camp to inspire children today? A Holocaust education program in Omaha resurrects the music and art, created... more››
November 1, 2013
DAY OF THE DEAD. Dia de los Muertos is, above all, a celebration of life. Come with us to the Sheldon Museum of Art and the Bancroft Gallery in... more››
September 16, 2013
In this segment of Nebraska Stories conservators work to conserve Emery Blagdon's Healing Machine.
September 16, 2013
In this segment of Nebraska Stories an essay on Susan LaFlesche Picotte, the first Native American doctor.
June 21, 2013
KOLACHE QUEEN. In the small town of Morse Bluff, Nebraska lives royalty. In fact, some call her the queen—the Kolache Queen. For almost a century... more››

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