022 – A History of North Omaha’s Wirt Street

Hidden deep in the heart of North Omaha is a jewel of a street, filled with abundant American foursquare houses, long yards and hints of its glory 100 years ago. This section of Wirt Street, from North 16th to North 24th Streets, was once home to some of the predominant names in the beautiful Kountze Place development. It was also home to more than simple foursquares. In addition to the stout middle class houses, there were some exquisite examples of high style in Omaha history. Adam Fletcher Sasse give us a tour.

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021 – Fort Street Special School for Incorrigible Boys

The Fort Street Special School for Incorrigible Boys was opened in 1887. Where was it and what became of it? When and why did it close? Why did kids want to go there? How much documentation remains? Adam Flether Sasse explains.

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020 – History of the Miller Park Neighborhood in North Omaha

Adam grew up in the Miller Park neighborhood in north Omaha. It’s a beautiful neighbor with a variety of architectural styles from homes, to churches to a school. Listen in as Adam gives us the history of Miller Park and the people who lived there.

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