Early history of Omaha

or, Walks and talks among the old settlers: a series of sketches in the shape of a connected narrative of the events and incidents of early times in Omaha, together with a brief mention of the most important events of later years ... by Alfred Rasmus Sorenson

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Our story: recollections of Omaha's early Jewish community, l [Jonathan Rosenbaum; Patricia O'Connor-Seger; National Council of Jewish Women. Omaha Section.;].Those early hunters were followed by tribes of Indians who raised crops of corn, other vegetables, and sun-flowers.

At the dawn of recorded Plains history,the tribes living in the area included the farming tribes of eastern Nebraska- Otoe, Omaha, Ponca, and Pawnee.