Nebraska - 77,358 square miles, 37th state to enter the union in 1867.
State Motto: "Equality Before the Law".
State Flower: Goldenrod.

Nebraska was named from the Oto Indian word,"Nebrathka", meaning "flat water", which was the tribe name for the Platte River that crosses the entire state.

First residents of the state were Native Americans from tribes of the Omaha, Ponca, Oto, Cheyenne, Arapaho, Pawnee, and various branches of the Sioux tribe, including the Oglala, Brule, Yankton, Lakota, and Santee.

Nebraska's climate is varied and usually differs from east and west, especially in humidity, temperature, and precipitation. The terrain is mostly flat along the Platte River valley. Going north or south, one will find rolling hills and beautiful scenery.

Industries include tourism, agriculture, food processing, fertilizer, and oil and natural gas fields. The cities of Omaha and Lincoln are home to major insurance and telecommunication businesses. Sidney is home to Cabela's, seller of outdoor gear.

Outdoor recreation includes bicycling, bird watching, canoeing, camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, and water sports.

The University of Nebraska Lincoln campus is home to the "Go Big Red" Nebraska Cornhuskers football team. Memorial stadium, the Husker home field, becomes the third-largest city in the state on football Saturdays. Campuses are located in Lincoln, Omaha, and Kearney, with the Medical Center being located in Omaha. The are many Agricultural Learning Centers across the state.

An old saying states that Nebraska has more water and sand than most states, they just aren't together! Nebraska is one of 8 states that sits atop the Ogallala Aquifer.
Nebraska holds the exclusive distinction of:
  • Having the only Unicameral legislature in the United States.
  • Having the state capital building in Lincoln named one of the modern architectural wonders of the world.
  • Having the largest gathering of migrating Sandhill Cranes in the world between Kearney and Grand Island each spring.
  • Having the western hemisphere's largest area of sandhill grasses.
  • Having an unusual natural formation, called Chimney Rock, a landmark for the travelers along the Oregon Trail.
  • Being the home state of Arbor Day, an idea from J. Sterling Morgan of Nebraska City.
  • Being the only state that lies entirely within the drainage system of the Missouri River.

Nebraska is also home to these notable people and interesting attractions:
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Category includes webpages about companies that are in business to make a profit that have business locations or limited service areas restricted to the state of Nebraska. These include, but are not limited to companies that specialize in manufacturing, retail sales, legal services, banking, real estate brokers and transportation of goods.
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The Nebraska Government includes those agencies that carry out the laws as voted on by the state congress or the Nebraska Unicameral. Services of these agencies includes enforcing education guidelines, state patrol, income tax revenue office and job services.
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Includes general information reference guides about locations within the state of Nebraska.
Submit sites that includes websites serving as a source of information on area businesses, events, government, history, and the community.

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Sites related to city health care practitioners, organizations, or support groups should be submitted to ''Health'' category at the most appropriate locality level, and not to this state category level.

An artificial category grouping localities located in Nebraska.
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If there is no category for the specific town, village, or city, please submit it to the proper starting letter and one will be created.

Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.


This category contains general sport and recreation sites that relates to the entire state of Nebraska.

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Includes information about the state's natural environment; as well as scientific activities specific to the region.
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Weather is the state of the atmosphere at a given time and place, with respect to variables such as temperature, moisture, wind velocity, and barometric pressure.
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