1 edition of Origin of Nebraska place names found in the catalog.
Origin of Nebraska place names
|Statement||compiled by the Federal Writers" Project, Works Progress Administration, state of Nebraska ; sponsored by the Nebraska State Historical Society.|
|Contributions||Federal Writers" Project of the Works Progress Administration for the State of Nebraska., Nebraska State Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||F664 .F44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||38034313|
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Other place-names are hybrids of Celtic and Anglo-Saxon elements. There is a high level of personal names within the place names, presumably the names of local landowners at the time of naming. In the north and east, there are many place names of Norse origin; similarly, these contain many personal names. - Nebraska is admitted to the Union as the 37th state. - The first Arbor Day is held in Nebraska City. - The Native American war leader Crazy Horse surrenders. - The Kool-Aid company is established in Hastings. - The Kingsley Dam is finished, creating Lake McConaughy. More US State History.
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A database (Sherard's Nebraska Place Names Index) has been compiled that allows researchers to locate place names. The researcher may input a Place Name or County and will be given a listing of all the matching name index entries.
If you entered The search results would include Place Name: AndrewCounty: Cedar All references to place name "Andrew" in "Cedar" County. During the thirty-five years since it was first published, Nebraska Place-Names, thanks to its completeness and reliable scholarship, its excellent arrangement and its readability, not only has remained the standard work on the subject but is by way ofø becoming a classic of its kind.
This new edition, which incorporates the complete text of the original study, once more makes available a. THE ORIGIN OF THE PLACE NAMES OF NEBRASKA. (The Toponomy of Nebraska). Paperback – January 1, by J. Link (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" — — $ Paperback "Please retry" $ $Author: J. Link. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Origin of Nebraska place names. Lincoln, Neb.: Stephenson School Supply Co., © (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Link, John Thomas, Origin of the place names of Nebraska (The toponomy of Nebraska).
[Lincoln] Printed by authority of the State of Nebraska, Fitzpatrick, Lilian Linder A.M. () Nebraska Place-Names. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Studies in Language, Literature, and Criticism.
p Fontenelle, Henry. () Indian Names of Streams and Localities. Translations and reports of the Nebraska State Historical Society, vol. 1, p. 76, Gilmore, Melvin R. () Some Indian.
NEGenWeb Project OnLine Library selection:Nebraska Place Names, Fitzpatrick,This book contains the names of Nebraska towns past and present.
This is a. The History Nebraska Library has a collection of over county atlases or plat books ranging from the approximately to the present. Of these, are on microfilm. (Nebraska Plat Books on Microfilm).
The microfilmed copies date mainly from tothough not every county has an atlas for every year. Donated copies are always considered for years that we do not.
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Nebraska. These are another 16 Nebraska towns with unusual names. We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t.
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A partial inventory is available through our online Collections Database in the Library section. The library also collects other Nebraska maps in the form of published county atlases (plat books) farm directories, etc. Additional maps located in the manuscript. Boys Town was founded on Decemas an orphanage for boys.
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The Platte River (/ p l æ t /) is a major river in the State of is about mi ( km) long; measured to its farthest source via its tributary the North Platte River, it flows for over 1, miles (1, km).The Platte River is a tributary of the Missouri River, which itself is a tributary of the Mississippi River which flows to the Gulf of Mexico.
The name Nebraska means Flat Water and is of Native American origin. Nebraska is name that's been used by parents who are considering unisex or non-gendered baby names--baby names that can be used for any gender.
Find out more about the name Nebraska at Origins of Place Names Virtually all of the place names decided on up to around the 14th Century were due to the environment of the area. For example, Doncaster would probably have originated as a Roman fort on a hill, from the Roman ' Caster ' and Celtic ' Don '.
The town was named for Logan Fontenelle, the Omaha tribe leader (although the name is a misspelling), and was formed with the sole purpose of becoming the home of the future Nebraska University. Fontanelle was founded in and did, for a while, house Nebraska University (sometimes known as Fontanelle University).Browse By Origin.
We believe that there are many origins from where cultures have sprouted, and names have emerged. These origin baby names and meanings are unique in their accord and carry the spirit of their birth places.
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