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AIGA NE Show 09 Winners By AIGA Nebraska
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This is the winners book for the 18th annual AIGA Nebraska Show. See who won and what they won for, then read what the judges really said about your work! Proceeds of the purchase of this book go to... More > AIGA Nebraska to help them continue to bring more great events to your chapter.< Less
What a strange world... By Nebraska LaScola
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Pics of Nebraska!
Nebraska Sky By Martha Johnson
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A small slice of the Nebraska sky, here and there.
Nebraska in the Fall By Hanah Schmall
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A diverse sample of photographer Hanah Schmall's photos. The photography captures beautiful images of scenic western Nebraska near Bayard, Nebraska.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
Kanzas and Nebraska By Edward Everett Hale
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First book on Kansas. Written in 1854, the same year Kansas became a territory.
A Nebraska Life By Mary Kelly Hellweg
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(Hardcover Edition.) Before World War I, farm work was performed by powerful draft horses imported from Europe. The Kelly family owned one of the most important draft horse importation companies in... More > Nebraska. Their farmland would later become the heart of what is present-day Lincoln. Mary Kelly Hellweg describes her family’s business and her memories growing up on the farm, the changes wrought by World War I, and the challenges living on the homefront during World War II—caring for two small children and maintaining a home while her husband, a U.S. Navy officer and dentist, served on a medical ship. “Family histories and stories are precious and unless someone in the family records them they are lost forever,” Hellweg writes. Letters, her husband’s World War II journals, and other documents round out this collection, which provides a unique portrait of one family’s experience of the twentieth century. (Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the P.E.O. Foundation.)< Less
A Nebraska Life By Mary Kelly Hellweg
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(Hardcover Edition.) Before World War I, farm work was performed by powerful draft horses imported from Europe. The Kelly family owned one of the most important draft horse importation companies in... More > Nebraska. Their farmland would later become the heart of what is present-day Lincoln. Mary Kelly Hellweg describes her family’s business and her memories growing up on the farm, the changes wrought by World War I, and the challenges living on the homefront during World War II—caring for two small children and maintaining a home while her husband, a U.S. Navy officer and dentist, served on a medical ship. “Family histories and stories are precious and unless someone in the family records them they are lost forever,” Hellweg writes. Letters, her husband’s World War II journals, and other documents round out this collection, which provides a unique portrait of one family’s experience of the twentieth century. (Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the P.E.O. Foundation.)< Less
A Nebraska Life By Mary Kelly Hellweg
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(Paperback Edition.) Before World War I, farm work was performed by powerful draft horses imported from Europe. The Kelly family owned one of the most important draft horse importation companies in... More > Nebraska. Their farmland would later become the heart of what is present-day Lincoln. Mary Kelly Hellweg describes her family’s business and her memories growing up on the farm, the changes wrought by World War I, and the challenges living on the homefront during World War II—caring for two small children and maintaining a home while her husband, a U.S. Navy officer and dentist, served on a medical ship. “Family histories and stories are precious and unless someone in the family records them they are lost forever,” Hellweg writes. Letters, her husband’s World War II journals, and other documents round out this collection, which provides a unique portrait of one family’s experience of the twentieth century. (Proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the P.E.O. Foundation.)< Less