Nebraska Moments

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Page numbers in italic indicate illustrations
Abbott, Arthur, 172
Abbott, Edith, 171–74, 173
Abbott, Elizabeth Griffin, 172
Abbott, Grace, 171–75, 173
Abbott, Othman A., Jr., 172
About Schmidt (film), 375
Acklie, Duane, 332
Adams County Bank of Kenesaw, 45
Adams County NE, 45, 117
Adams school district, 45
Addams, Jane, 173, 173, 231
African Americans: Aaron Douglas on, 287; citizenship rights, 98; education, 284; immigrants, 112, 118–19; J. Sterling Morton on, 124; in military, 89–90, 274; and Progressive Movement, 172; on Unicameral, 262; at University of Nebraska, 285; violence against, 197–99; voting rights, 47, 49–52, 54. See also buffalo soldiers; Exodusters; Harlem Renaissance; Malcolm X; racism; slavery
African art, 285–86
African Episcopal Church, 119
Afrika Corps, 91
Agnew, Spiro, 323
agriculture: of African Americans, 118–19; in Bellevue, 11; Charles Bryan on 229, 232; Charles E. Bessey’s experiments with, 155; cooperatives, 136–38; of Danes, 118; and economy, 135–39; and farm machinery, 43; George Beadle’s contribution to, 293–95; George W. Norris on, 265, 267; of Germans from Russia, 114; in gubernatorial election, 336, 339; and homesteading, 37–38, 40; and irrigation, 315; J. Sterling Morton on, 124–27; of Native Americans, 93–94, 98, 290; and prisoners of war, 276; and Progressive Movement, 141; and railroad, 74, 79–80, 138, 139; and rainfall, 42; in Sutton, 112; Tom Osborne on, 356; water for, 308–16; William Jennings Bryan on, 135–36; and World War I, 165
Aguilar, Captain, 5–6
Aiken, J. David, 316
Ainsworth NE, 272
Albert, I. L., 202
alcohol, 12, 21, 87, 89, 150, 228–29, 232. See also prohibition
Aldrich, Bess Streeter, 250; background, 248–49; death of, 252; education, 249; publication of first novel, 248; subject matter, 250–52; writing career, 249–52
Aldrich, Captain Charles, 249, 251
Alexander, Hartley Burr, 217
Alexander’s Bridge (Cather), 210
Alexis, Grand Duke of Russia, 104
Allen, William V., 139, 145–46
Allereye, France, 164
Alliance NE, 272
Allied Reparations Commission, 227
All She Wanted (Jones), 366
All the Strange Hours: The Excavation of a Life (Eiseley), 299
Allyn, Henry, 21
Almack, Willis, 200
Alma College, 344
Alma NE, 275
Alvarado, Juan, 196
Amendment 416, 367–68
American Bar Association, 241
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 143

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