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This is the original headquarters at Fort Omaha. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

This is the original Fort Omaha Hospital, built in 1879. It was demolished in the 1890s and replaced in 1906.

The Fort Omaha Hospital, circa 1900. This building was eventually demolished and replaced.

The second (1905) hospital at Fort Omaha, which stands today. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Fort Wayne Southwest Fort Wayne (Indiana) Featuring an indoor pool, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Fort Wayne Southwest is located in Ellison. This hotel offers a fitness centre and free breakfast. Free WiFi access is available.

Omaha, NE (2 locations) - Bronco's. Classic local burger joint with a great neon sign and a few tables scattered inside and out. Everything, including the burgers, is ultrafresh.

Stables. Even after the 1869 completion of the transcontinental railroad, the Army relied on mules and wagons to outfit its isolated posts. The Department of the Platte, headquartered at Fort Omaha, paid more than $700,000 to acquire and transport troops and freight. Most of the freight, often purchased from Omaha businessmen, passed through the Omaha Quartermaster Depot. Supplies for the 1876 Little Big Horn campaign against the Sioux moved up the Missouri River from Omaha to Colonel George…

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