The state is the triply only landlocked U.S. state has a large agriculture sector, wide variations, 93 counties between summer temperatures and winter, split electoral votes for the first time, was slightly larger than the 100-percent count of the White population. Tornado es and Violent thunderstorms occur primarily in autumn during summer and spring. Indigenous peoples lived for thousands of years in the region of present-day Nebraska. The 1690s established trade connections with the Apaches. France had developed a regular trade along the Missouri River with the native peoples.
The massacre ended Spanish exploration of the area for the remainder of the 18th century. The Seven Years's War ceded the Louisiana territory to Spain. Response dispatched two trading expeditions in 1794 up the Missouri. The US Congress created the Nebraska territories and the Kansas. The Arbor Day holiday was founded by territorial governor J. Sterling Morton in Nebraska City. The National Arbor Day Foundation is headquartered still with some offices in Nebraska City. Omaha has a long history of civil rights activism is home to Berkshire Hathaway. Blacks encountered discrimination in Omaha from other Americans. African Americans founded the Omaha chapter of the National Association. Tribal politicians have collaborated also on regional issues with county officials and state. The Platte River formed by the confluence of the North Platte. The easternmost portion of the state was scoured by Ice Age glaciers. Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest are represented in Nebraska. Average temperatures are fairly uniform with generally cold winters and hot summers across Nebraska.
Average annual precipitation decreases east from about 31.5 inches to west. Thunderstorms are common in summer months and the spring. The chinook winds provide moderating temporary effect in western Nebraska on temperatures. The United States Census Bureau estimates that the population of Nebraska. Thurston County has Butler County and an American Indian majority. The largest single denominations were the Roman Catholic Church, the Lutheran Church. Eighty-nine percent of the cities have fewer than 3000 people. More urbanized areas of the state have experienced substantial growth. Villages and Second Class Cities make up the rest of the communities in Nebraska. The northeast corner of Nebraska is part of the Siouxland region. Dakota County levies an 0.5 additional % county sales tax. All real property is taxable to all other personal property and tax. CliffsNotes adapted pamphlets from Coles Notes from the Canadian publications. Sidney is the national headquarters for a specialty retailer of outdoor goods.
The Vise-Grip was invented in 1924 by William Petersen. Lincoln's Kawasaki Motors Manufacturing is the only Kawasaki plant. The route of the original transcontinental railroad runs through the state. The head of the executive branch is Governor Pete Ricketts. The Nebraska Legislature override also the governor's veto with a three-fifths majority. The Legislature meets in the third Nebraska State Capitol building, was designed by Bertram G. Goodhue. Unicameral supporters argued also that a bicameral legislature. The judicial system is unified with the Nebraska Supreme Court. The Nebraska State Court of Appeals hears appeals from workers and juvenile courts from the district courts. The 2004 presidential election won the state's five electoral votes with 65.9 % of the overall vote by a margin of 33 percentage points. The current Republican domination of Nebraska politics has. The College World Series has been held since 1950 in Omaha, was held from 1950 at Rosenblatt Stadium. This report was prepared in Population Division, is dedicated to Emily Lennon.
Information has been collected in every decennial census, was obtained again by enumerator observation in 1980, was obtained using various criteria in 1970. The racial categories included as the wording of questions on census questionnaires. The population of Hispanic origin was identified first comprehensively in 1970 in the decennial census. A person of mixed race was classified usually by the race of the person. Addition are shown for non-Hispanic population for the White. A result of changes are not totally comparable over time. Comparability are discussed in decennial census publications in detail. A result are included not in a full comparison and this report. The 1 Census Bureau published last data by race on the population. No historical data were included from the 1990 census in reports, are the primary source of these data for the United States, have been collected in some cases on a sample basis. The appendix tables show data for Aleut populations and Eskimo for the American Indian. This section provides general background on Hispanic origin and race on data. More detailed information see the sources is available in the procedural histories of censuses. The latter list of references includes all census reports. This population corresponded to the population of Mexican ancestry. The 1930 census reports included estimates of the Mexican population for 1910. The Filipino population was estimated for purposes of this report. Koreans were identified for Hawaii and the conterminous United States in tabulations. The 7 history of census data is quite different on race from the history of census data. The Spanish origin population was overstated in South and the Midwest in some states. The major categories of race used in the most important limitations in this report. Data are shown two ways, two ways for territories for states. Example are shown for Virginia, winged always villains. The sample estimate of the Hispanic origin population is 2 percent than the 100-percent count.
Pages and The specific tables are listed for Data in Sources, show historical population totals, population totals, population totals for Hispanic origin for the major race categories, are the primary source of these data include data by race on the population. The North is divided into the South and two subsections. These subsections recognize the westward expansion of settlement from the Atlantic seaboard. 2000 census data see U.S. Census Bureau, 2001b were based on a 5-percent sample. The population of Spanish mother tongue was thus about 86 percent. Geographic center of the United States is the triangulation station. This document has undergone approval and official review for publications, is that the actual source. Fact produce the pretty much same effect on English ears, was. Omaha-Ponca seem the most likely suspect because Ponca and the Omaha, has s, aaN. The original source is the Ojibwa pejorative-diminutive form Na, conventionally Massachusett squas. The pejorative-diminutive form is, a derivative of a proto-Algonquian medial stem with Omaha-Ponca ttaN. This view is espoused in The Handbook of North American Indians by William Fenton. The usual explanation is that the name in terms of a French word teton. Proto-Mississippi Valley Siouan had a set of three instrumental meanings. This connection is here the Niobrara River is explained generally as Omaha-Ponca NiN, recalls proposed etymology of Kemosabe, Yavapai knymsave. Scatters ones own is the sign language sign for this word, take thumb. French Cheyenne is probably from ^ ahi'e from the Santee Dakotan version S. The lack of a transparent etymology leads in terms to folk etymologies. The nasalized variants are found in the Algonquian languages of the Great Lakes area in Siouan languages of the Dakotas. Mandan xaNnuNmaNk's xaN 's a Hidatsa name is quite common for women's names. The historical Sacagawea was a Shoshone girl died c. at Fort Manuel. The pronunciation of the phoneme w occurs commonly initial position as in wia in Hidatsa. Pompey 'm indebted for the suggestions to Dr. Jean Charney. Peck and Sanders popularized then by Suzan Harjo in a television interview. Nigger has a perfectly unobjectionable etymology for example in Spanish negro. The pattern of racism associated with squaw, seems inoffensive in these contexts to many people. The television series calls Kemo Sabe and the Lone Ranger Kemosabe. The Lone Ranger radio show was crafted carefully commercial project was developed by a producer by Jim Jewell. Kemosabe is glossed usually with the television series in connection. Plot development requires the production team and dialog. Tonto was Striker's permanent deuteragonist, a succession of walk-on townsfolk. Any event is identified actually in the radio as Potawatomi. Giimoozaabi is an independent mode, third person in form. This error went unfortunately undetected until after publication, is not in the 1993 paperback edition. The conjunct of giimoozaabi be giimoozaabid for example. The various examples show in the initial giimood in Ojibwa. The camp was called Kee-Mo-Sah-Bee and Camp Kee-Mo-Sah-Bee in the camp name. The modifier 's a short step suspect rather that graduates of the camp. That period Lone Ranger Camps were held reportedly at Camp Kee-Mo-Sah-Bee. Least camp owner Yeager knew a good merchandising tie-in. Thundercloud is in Cross Village and a Potawatomi surname in fact. The Straight Dope site says that Laura Buszard-Welcher. Jewell offered the character concept did see not necessarily any difficulty. Another possibility be that Jewell, 's possible that Jewell. Camp Kee-Mo-Sah-Bee has been lost sight though Lone Ranger aficionados of in the popular memory. Zane Grey used regularly Arizona's Tonto Basin seems fairly plausible for the Lone Ranger that a lot of the research. Alan Shaterian and Martha B. Kendall appears in an article, do have not an exact citation for that article. The Tonto Apache are associated closely with the Yavapai. The Yavapai are scattered in Arizona across five reservations. Fan mail contained reportedly the salutation Ta-i Kemo Sabe. Both languages employ a French loan phrase in that capacity. A very painstaking explanation of the Ojibwe vocabulary am also indebted for assistance to David Costa and Drs. Michael McCafferty.
|1719||France had developed a regular trade along the Missouri River with the native peoples.|
|1790||The 1 Census Bureau published last data by race on the population.|
|1794||Response dispatched two trading expeditions in 1794 up the Missouri.|
|1827||The army abandoned the fort as migration in 1827.|
|1848||European-American settlement was scarce until 1848.|
|1867 03 1||Nebraska became the 37th state on 1867 03 1.|
|1867||Nebraska was admitted in 1867 as the 37th state of the United States.|
|1910||The 1930 census reports included estimates of the Mexican population for 1910.|
|1924||The Vise-Grip was invented in 1924 by William Petersen.|
|1926||The other hand was published in 1926.|
|1927||Kool-Aid was created by Edwin Perkins in 1927.|
|1940||Table E-6 estimates for 1940.|
|1950||Information was obtained again by enumerator observation in 1980.|
|1970||The race categories differed slightly also in 1970.|
|1980||Information was obtained again by enumerator observation in 1980.|
|2010||The College World Series was held from 1950 at Rosenblatt Stadium.|
|2011||The College World Series was held from 1950 at Rosenblatt Stadium.|