A new book has been published by Cathleen M. Van Winkle, President of the Board of the the Mayhew Foundation, called “The Battle for Freedom: The Life and Times of John Henry Kagi”.
“Nebraska City: The Most Beautiful City of Nebraska: as it is today in story and pictures” was published in 1906 by the Morton Printing Company in Nebraska City.
In 1888, The Office of the Nebraska Adjunct General of the State (Edgar. S. Dudley) published the following book “Roster of Nebraska Volunteers” from 1861 – 1869″.
“Enticing the Iron Horse: The Unexpected Effects of Railroads on Town-Building in the Great Plains” by Robert Voss – 2008
The Nebraska Historic Buildings Survey – Nebraska City – Prepared for the Nebraska State Historical Society State Preservation Office -2010
An Artesian Well System in Beaver Crossing, Nebraska – It’s Development and Demise by Mary Lanik – 2010
Explore the historic Courthouses of Southeast Nebraska!
“Where Life is Simple and Passions Moderate”: A History of Nebraska City, Nebraska, 1900-1910 by Thomas L. Boeche, University of Nebraska at Omaha – 1995
These Southeast Nebraska maps come from the collections of the Geography and Map Division of the Library of Congress. The Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps provide an historical database of the fire insurance maps published by the Sanborn Map Company.
The Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) began during the Great Depression in December 1933, when Charles E. Peterson of the National Park Service submitted a proposal for one thousand out-of-work architects to spend ten weeks documenting “America’s antique buildings.”