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America’s New Jungle

The world's largest man-made indoor tropical rain forest opened in Omaha, NE, in April, 1992 at the Henry Doorly Zoo.

Published in American Forests – March/April 1992

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Winter Fun Not Far From Home

A quick tour of eastern Nebraska to cure that cabin fever.

Published in the December 1996 issue of Omaha Magazine

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Wagons, Wires and Rails

Before the railroad, Omaha/Council Bluffs and Nebraska City were the primary points of embarkation on the prairie sea.

Published in the March/April 1995 issue of Omaha Magazine.

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Sodom on the Missouri

Like most frontier towns, Omaha was “wide open” in its rough and tumble early days; from land speculators to swindlers, drifters, prostitutes and gamblers.

Published in the January/February 1996 issue of Omaha Magazine.

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Nebraska’s Historic Bridges

Before the building of the Union Pacific bridge, all freight and passengers crossed the Missouri River on ferry boats.

Published in the May/June 1995 issue of Omaha Magazine.

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