History of Nebraska

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History of Nebraska
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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Illustrations vii
  • Preface to the Fourth Edition xi
  • 1- The Environment Land, Water, People 1
  • 2- Historic Peoples and European Contact 13
  • 3- An American Empire 26
  • 4- Indian Country 41
  • 5- The Platte River Road 59
  • 6- Nebraska Territory 80
  • 7- The Politics of Statehood 111
  • 8- Building Connections 131
  • 9- Rails across the State 147
  • 10- Cultures in Conflict 162
  • 11- Shifting Power on the Plains 172
  • 12- Years of Settlement 188
  • 13- Agrarian Hardships 207
  • 14- Cattle and Cow Towns 221
  • 15- The Passing of the Frontier 242
  • 16- Power to the People Populism 254
  • 17- Populism to Progressivism 273
  • 18- Prosperity and the Great War 291
  • 19- Postwar Challenges 309
  • 20- Postwar Progress and Modernity 319
  • 21- Depression, Relief, and Recovery 330
  • 22- Nebraska and World War II 343
  • 23- Progressive Legacies 360
  • 24- Prosperity and Party Ascendancy 374
  • 25- Beyond the Centennial New Realities 385
  • 26- Holding the Line on Expanding Costs 396
  • 27- Recession, Banking Crises, and Recession Again 408
  • 28- Economic Development and Nuclear Waste 417
  • 29- Change and Continuity Demands and Costs 427
  • 30- The New Millennium 439
  • Appendix 1 - Officials of the Territory of Nebraska, 1854–67 453
  • Appendix 2 - Governors of the State of Nebraska 455
  • Notes 457
  • Selected Bibliography 519
  • Index 531
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