Nebraska has more lakes than any state except Minnesota.
The largest mammoth fossil ever found was unearthed near Wellfleet.
Red Cloud claims it is the subject of more books than any other town in literature.
Congress admitted Nebraska to the union, overriding a presidential veto.
Farms account for a higher percentage of Nebraska land (95%) than in any other state.
The state is bordered by south dakota to the north.
Iowa to the east and missouri to the southeast.
Nebraska is a state located on the great plains of the midwestern united states.
The state\'s capital is lincoln and its largest city is omaha.
Western nebraska, the panhandle region, features the scottsbluff area.
Scotts bluff national monument is a bluff landmark with mitchell pass and 3,000 acres of prairie.
Nebraska is composed of two major land regions: the dissected till plains and the great plains.
The easternmost portion of the state was scoured by ice age glaciers.
The dissected till plains were left behind after the glaciers retreated.
The dissected till plains is a region of gently rolling hills; omaha and lincoln are located within this region.
The great plains occupy the majority of western nebraska.
It is a place where population density is relatively low.
America’s largest planted forest.
22,000 acres of pine trees standing in sand, is part of the Nebraska National Forest.
Lush landscapes, fertile grounds, plenty of recreation, and the Lewis and Clark Trail can all make Nebraska come to mind.
You’ll really feel down home in Nebraska.
You might feel like Linus Van Pelt in one of the pumpkin patches.
Visit in Spring.
Over 60 percent of the nonresidents visiting Nebraska during the summer stay at hotels or motels.
Railroads:- The route of the original transcontinental railroad runs through the state. Other major railroads with operations in the state are: Amtrak; Burlington Northern & Santa Fe Railway; Canadian Pacific Railway; and Iowa Interstate Railroad.