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A little information about Nebraska
Nebraska joined the U.S. in 1867, when the federal government granted free land to settlers. With the area’s wide-open plains, settlers discovered that the land was perfect for cattle grazing and agriculture. Today, the state is still very productive in the agriculture industry. Corn, pork, soybeans, and beef are only a few examples of the items produced in the state. Lincoln may be the capital, and the entrance to the west, but Omaha is the largest city by population in the state. Omaha is proud to call many Fortune 500 companies home. Mutual of Omaha, Union Pacific Corporation, and Berkshire Hathaway are all headquartered in Omaha. There is also plenty to do in Nebraska, such as camping under the stars, taking in a University of Nebraska football game, or following in the footsteps of the settlers, explorers, and Plains Indians. Important Links: http://www.visitnebraska.com http://www.nebraska.gov http://www.unl.edu