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The Spanish American War’s Second Nebraska

A few months ago, I blogged about a Spanish American War uniform.   I thought you might enjoy seeing a few other Spanish American War objects associated with the Second Nebraska.  In 1938, a group of Norfolk, Nebraska ,veterans that had served with … Continue reading

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The Mysteries of a Spanish-American War Uniform

One of the Nebraska History Museum’s wonderful volunteers is recataloging and researching the museum’s Spanish-American War uniforms.  This particular private’s uniform has the name Fred Lecron marked several times on its lining. Our volunteer’s eagle eye spotted something else that … Continue reading

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William Jennings Bryan and a Spanish American War Roster

  If you have an interest in William Jennings Bryan’s campaigns, you are in for a treat. The Nebraska History Museum has a wonderful collection of Bryan’s campaign memorabilia, which was recently added to our online database.  Visit http://www.nebraskahistory.org/databases/index.html Click … Continue reading

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