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5 Fun Facts About January 15 In Nebraska History

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1) In 1895, the town of Gibbon experienced a devastating fire, resulting in the loss of several businesses and homes. The cause of the fire is still unknown to this day.
2) In 1920, Nebraska became the 36th state to ratify the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote.
3) In 1981, the Nebraska Cornhuskers won the NCAA football national championship under the leadership of coach Tom Osborne.
4) In 1866, the Union Pacific Railroad was completed, connecting Omaha with the rest of the country and spurring growth and development throughout the state.
5) In 1952, the famous children's book "The Cows Are in the Corn" was published, written by Nebraska author James C. Olson. The book tells the story of a group of farm animals who decide to have a picnic in the corn field, despite the farmer's wishes.
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