Year: 2022

  • Flag of Nebraska

    Flag of Nebraska

    Flag of Nebraska The flag of Nebraska was adopted in 1925 and was designed by David Rice, an artist from Lincoln, Nebraska. The flag is a blue rectangular banner containing the state seal. In 1913 in response to the Nebraska State Flag Law, Charles A. Randall and George W. Kelly wrote a report outlining various…

  • 50 Interesting Facts About Nebraska

    50 Interesting Facts About Nebraska

    Facts About Nebraska Nebraska is the only state in the US that’s triply landlocked. This means it is at least 3 states away from the ocean in every possible direction. The official state motto of Nebraska is ‘Equality before the law’. Nebraska’s state fossil is the mammoth. Mammoths lived in the state from 2 million…

  • 20 Interesting Facts About Lincoln, Nebraska

    20 Interesting Facts About Lincoln, Nebraska

    Facts About Lincoln Lincoln was founded in 1856 as the village of Lancaster on the wild salt marshes and arroyos of what was to become Lancaster County. The village of Lancaster was renamed with the incorporation of the city of Lincoln on April 1, 1869, after President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th U.S. president. In 1869,…

  • Is Nebraska a state in the USA?

    Is Nebraska a state in the USA?

    Is Nebraska a state in the USA? Nebraska is a state in the United States of America. Nebraska became the 37th state of the United States in 1867. Nebraska’s capital city is Lincoln and its largest city by population is Omaha. Nebraska became the 37th state in 1867. The western two-thirds of Nebraska was originally…

  • What is the most visited place in Nebraska?

    What is the most visited place in Nebraska?

    What is the most visited place in Nebraska? Nebraska has a lot of unique places to see, but which one is the most popular? There’s no doubt that some people might think the answer to this question is the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium in Omaha. The zoo is a nationally acclaimed attraction, with several…

  • 30 Interesting Facts About Omaha, Nebraska

    30 Interesting Facts About Omaha, Nebraska

    Facts About Omaha Omaha is home to the Largest Indoor Desert & the Largest Indoor Rainforest In 1950, Johnny Carson started his broadcasting career at WOW Radio and Television in Omaha. Warren Buffet, the former richest person on the planet, is one among many ultra-rich individuals who hail from Omaha, Nebraska. The Reuben sandwich was…

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Hastings, Nebraska

    10 Interesting Facts About Hastings, Nebraska

    Facts About Hastings Hastings was founded in 1872 at the intersection of the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad and St. Joseph and Denver City Railroad. Hastings was named for Colonel D. T. Hastings of St. Joseph and Grand Island Railroad, who was instrumental in building the railroad through Adams County. Hastings has a total area…

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Norfolk, Nebraska

    10 Interesting Facts About Norfolk, Nebraska

    Facts About Norfolk Norfolk has a total area of 10.78 square miles, of which 10.69 square miles is land and 0.09 square miles is water. Norfolk is located at 42°1′42″N 97°26′01″W (42.0283379, -97.4169964). The original name of the colony was a variant of “North Fork”, but accounts differ on the exact name: “Northfork”, “Nor’fork”, and…

  • Omaha, Nebraska

    Omaha, Nebraska

    Omaha, Nebraska Omaha is a city in the state of Nebraska and it is the largest city in the state. Omaha is the county seat of Douglas County and is located on an elbow of land that extends into the Missouri River and its historic waterway, which was once used by early explorers to navigate…