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For this week's #ThrowbackThursday, Nebraska Memories celebrates Nebraska's own civil rights activist, Charles B. Washington. From Omaha, Nebraska, Charles B. Washington was a journalist, mentor, and activist. He is known for his work in the North Omaha area...
Happy #ThrowbackThursday from Nebraska Memories! This week's #throwback is an 8"x10" glass plate negative from the Townsend Studio collection on the Nebraska Memories archive...
It's the first #ThrowbackThursday of the new year! Southeast of Crawford, Nebraska, a dirt road snakes its way down a steep and rugged hill called Breakneck Hill. The rural road this hill is located on was a primary road for farmers and ranchers in the area. The road still exists today...
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