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Although Omaha lost its capital status to Lincoln after Nebraska entered the union induring the next two decades more railro were built through the city. Print print Print. Full Article.

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The establishment of the Union Stock Yards in soon brought major meat packers to the suburban community of South Omaha, linking the urban area to a vast rural hinterland. This new diversity caused occasional conflicts.

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The promoters wanted the capital of the newly created territory to be located directly across the Missouri River, in part at least to influence the builders of the then-projected transcontinental railroad to lay their tracks through or near the new city. Table Of Contents.

In Pres. Subscribe Now. Map of Omaha, Neb. Load Next. Introduction History The contemporary city.

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In the meantime, diversity in the local economy, notably the development of information technology enterprises, established the basis for strong economic growth in the s and early 21st century. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article requires. The exposition attracted more than two million people to the city from June to September.

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By the s stage lines extended in various directions from the city. Incorporated as a city inOmaha had 1, residents by the eve of the American Civil War. By the frontier community had a population of 16, a figure that nearly doubled a decade later.

The bridging of the Missouri River in helped integrate Omaha—Council Bluffs into a national rail network.

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While every effort has been made to follow citation style rules, there may be some discrepancies. By the s Omaha had long been a major food-processing centre. Like many U. Poverty and growing militancy among young people, as well as strained police-community relations, contributed to outbreaks of violence. The stockyards closed inbut meatpacking remained a ificant part of the local economy; the steak survived as an Omaha icon, and the city remained a food-processing innovator. Moreover, in August an Indian congress—uniting hundreds of Native Americans from more than 30 tribes—was also held in Omaha.

Omaha was founded in in an area that had been visited by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in on their exploratory journey to the Pacific coast and where the pioneer fur trader Manuel Lisa established a trading post during the War of Westward-bound Mormons spent the winter of —47 there at an encampment that they named Winter Quarters, later called Florence, which was subsequently annexed by Omaha. The Great Depression of the s brought hardship to Omaha. Additional Info.

Overt tensions eased in the wake of job programs, civil rights laws, and growing sensitivity among white residents. Smelting, wholesalingand other enterprises diversified the economy.

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Between and the African American population in Omaha doubled. Area city, square miles square km.

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The military presence at the base enhanced the economy of the Omaha area and boosted residential growth in the suburban Sarpy county communities of Gretna, La Vista, and Papillion, all of which lie southwest of Omaha. A federal court ruling that de facto racial segregation prevailed in the Omaha Public Schools led to the busing of students away from neighbourhood schools beginning in as a means of achieving integration.

Omahacity, seat of Douglas county, eastern NebraskaU. From the s through the midth century Omaha emerged as one of the top livestock markets in the world and a leader in the meat-processing industry.

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Ethnic tensions, mainly between blacks and whites, escalated in Omaha, as they did throughout the country, especially in the early peacetime years after World War I. This conflict resulted in the lynching of another African American, William Brown, by white rioters in in front of the Douglas County Courthouse. Many African Americans from the South also had migrated to the Omaha area.

The Omaha Public School District continued its efforts to improve inner-city education. During —17 several suburban communitiesincluding South Omaha, were annexed. Articles from Britannica Encyclopedias for elementary and high school students.

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By the time the Kansas-Nebraska Act of opened the area to settlement, Kanesville had become the largely non-Mormon community of Council Bluffs, where a group of entrepreneurs created a company for developing Omaha City, Nebraska Territory. Mandatory school busing officially ended in with no consensus as to its value. Get a Britannica Premium subscription and gain access to exclusive content. Louis-based steamboats carrying passengers and cargo up the Missouri River linked Omaha to the East. African Americans made up more than one-tenth of the population, and the remainder were mostly Hispanics and, to a lesser extent, Asians and Pacific Islanders, as well as immigrants from Africa and the Middle East.

In a traffic bridge linked Omaha and Council Bluffs, and by electric streetcar service had been established in and between both cities, further integrating the metropolitan area that was developing on both sides of the Missouri River.

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Please refer to the appropriate style manual or other sources if you have any questions. In the late s, prosperity had returned to Omaha, and by the turn of the century Omaha had a population of about , while South Omaha had about 26, residents. Franklin D. For years a local business group had worked to thwart labour unions, and violence accompanied a streetcar strike in Although the strike failed, the Wagner Act National Labour Relations Act of that year heralded federal support for collective bargaining.

The plant closed inbut in the advent of the Cold War led to the deation of the plant site as the Strategic Air Command now U. Strategic Command headquarters.

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