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Our State
Topic
Our State: Early Nebraska to Statehood
Title

Nebraska’s Mexican-American Legacy

Speaker

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Description

A full 150 years before the 1st pioneer families entered Nebraska territory, Mexican traders, soldiers and explorers left their imprint on the land and its culture. Jose’s presentation takes you along on a journey of exploration that began in 1720 and continues in Nebraska to this very day.

Age Group
Grade 6 to Adult

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