018 – A History of the Fontenelle Park in North Omaha

Adam give us the history of beautiful Fontenelle Park in North Omaha. Which world series was held there? Did the Omaha Cardinals call it home. What has become of Fontenelle Park today?

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017 – A History of the Florence Boulevard in North Omaha

It was once called “Omaha’s Prettiest Mile Boulevard”. Florence Boulevard in North Omaha was built over the old Winter Quarter Wagon Road and was the first roadway in Omaha with electric lamps. Why was it called “Omaha’s Prettiest Mile Boulevard” and what about all those tunnels? Adam Fletcher Sasses tells the story.

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016 – An Early History of Carter Lake in East Omaha

At the turn of the last century up to WWII, Carter Lake was a wonderful recreation area. It was the location of the Omaha Municipal Beach and it had four resorts. The Omaha and Council Bluffs Street Railway ran regular service there and it was the site of the “Omaha 300” (think Indianapolis 500). Adam Fletcher Sasse is our guide as we go back in time to Carter Lake/Lake Nakoma.

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