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"Oasis in the Badlands, Oglala" Edward S. Curtis showing a Oglala or Red Hawk man on horseback, his horse drinks from a pool formed in what is now the Oglala National Grasslands of Nebraska.

Old Barn Grant, Nebraska by wild kiwi, via Flickr

Old Barn Grant, Nebraska by wild kiwi, via Flickr

Tribute to the American cowboy on Boot Hill in Ogallala, Nebraska Zippertravel.com Digital Edition

In a far western corner of Nebraska sits the state's Cowboy Capital, Ogallala, a town that celebrates its wild and woolly past.

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There's Something Special About These 12 Nebraska Farms From The Past

A collection of vintage photographs of farm life in Nebraska from the and

Grassland and windmill near Madrid, NE.

Grassland and windmill near Madrid, NE.

Sandhill cranes preen and oil their feathers in the Platte River, Nebraska, an ideal stopping point for the cranes because the water is shallow with many sandbars.

The week in wildlife – in pictures

See the sandhill crane migration! Sandhill cranes preen and oil their feathers in the Platte River, Nebraska, an…

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