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This special section of The Olden Times features an index of old newspaper articles about Nebraska and Nebraska families.
They can be a valuable resource for genealogical and historical research.

 Each of these was scanned from an original issue of an old newspaper in my personal collection. They appear in the order in which they were added to this website, with the most recently added items at the top of the list below.

To search for a specific name, see the links above to either the Search Page or the Index of Names.

Note: The Index of Names is always your best bet for finding a specific name!
 

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YMCA Association Meets, Omaha, 1889    WELLS, JACKSON, HELLER, REX, SPOERRI, PRATT

Music Teacher Takes a Fall, Omaha, 1889    CRAP, BARR, KENNARD, RISZON

Colonel G. V. HENRY Lectures at Plattsmouth, 1889

B. T. CULLEN Prepares New Play in Omaha, 1880

Charles FLORRA Arrested at Edith TERRY's Bawdy House, 1889

McDONALD Arrested as Vagrant After Strange Behavior on Street Corner, Omaha, 1889

Dr. THOMSON of Nebraska Visits Francitas, 1911

Frank ZIMMER Very Busy, Omaha, 1889

Commission on Lunacy Meets on SHEPHERD Case, Awaits SIMERAL, Omaha, 1880

SPENCER Death, 1874

E. D. HAMMOND of Norfolk, NE, Advertises Texas Land, 1911

Jailhouse Jottings, Omaha, 1889    LONZA, JOHNSON

Cyclists ASHLINGER & DINLEY to Race, 1889

FOSTER Funeral, Omaha, 1889 Now indexed! Surnames include the following: DETWEILER, DREXEL, MAUL, MURDOCK, PARISH, SHEPARD, MILLER, DENTON, BUCK

Mrs. McCLINTOCK to Honor Mrs. GOOCH, 1911

Banker C. E. CASEY of Pawnee City Visits Lincoln, 1889

HARRIS & PAGE, Colored,  Charged with Disturbing the Peace, Omaha, 1889    BERKA

McCLINGER & STRABURGER Pay for Evening's Entertainment, 1889

New Notaries Public, Statewide, 1889  Now indexed!
Surnames include the following: SEYMOUR, BROWN, WILBUR, GASTON, SHELDON, OFFUTT, BELL, CAMPBELL, RICKARDS, BABCOCK

Civil War Veteran George MADDEN Near Death, 1889

John McCONNIFF Buried at Wynka, 1889   RUNCIE, CALVERT

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