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This is the Fort Omaha post exchange and gymnasium. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

This is the Fort Omaha post exchange and gymnasium. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

Saw this on the side of an elementary school in North Omaha.

Saw this on the side of an elementary school in North Omaha.

General George Crook was a distinguished Civil War officer. He lived at Fort Omaha as commander of the U.S. Army's Department of the Platte from 1875 to 1882 and again from 1886 to 1888. He moved into the Italianate style two-story residence, commonly known as the Crook House, following its completion in 1879.

General George Crook was a distinguished Civil War officer. He lived at Fort Omaha as commander of the U.S. Army's Department of the Platte from 1875 to 1882 and again from 1886 to 1888. He moved into the Italianate style two-story residence, commonly known as the Crook House, following its completion in 1879.

fort omaha | Building #9 and #19, Fort Omaha Campus

fort omaha | Building #9 and #19, Fort Omaha Campus

#NorthOmaha's martyr, 14-year-old Vivian Strong, in 1968. Learn more at http://northomaha.blogspot.com/2015/08/remembering-vivian-strong.html

#NorthOmaha's martyr, 14-year-old Vivian Strong, in 1968. Learn more at http://northomaha.blogspot.com/2015/08/remembering-vivian-strong.html

Building one was originally the Fort Omaha water filtration plant, then a post exchange, then the firehouse, then an officer's quarters. Since the 1890s its been the telephone exchange building, too. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

Building one was originally the Fort Omaha water filtration plant, then a post exchange, then the firehouse, then an officer's quarters. Since the 1890s its been the telephone exchange building, too. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

This is the quartermaster office and commissary at Fort Omaha. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

This is the quartermaster office and commissary at Fort Omaha. https://northomahahistory.com/2015/10/07/a-history-of-fort-omaha/

7. Fort Omaha, Metropolitan Community College, Omaha

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7. Fort Omaha, Metropolitan Community College, Omaha

fort omaha | Fort Omaha, NE Barracks back

fort omaha | Fort Omaha, NE Barracks back

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