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There are almost 4,000 Nebraska newspapers that have been published. Not all of them are searchable online, but there are many that are available.  This website provides links Nebraska newspapers by city and county and includes dates of online newspapers.
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness a global volunteer organization. At one time there were thousands of volunteers in every U.S. state and many international locations, and helped thousands of researchers. The purpose of this site is to help others obtain copies of documents, pictures of tombstones, etc., that can not be obtained easily by those who do not live in the area of their ancestors. Our volunteers have agreed to do a free genealogy research task at least once per month in their local area as an act of kindness. While the volunteers of Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness (RAOGK) have agreed to donate their time for free, you MUST PAY the volunteer for his/her expenses in fulfilling your request (copies, printing fees, postage, film or video tape, parking fees, etc.) if they ask for it.
Information for researching ancestors who were Quakers.
The Nebraska Czechs is a state organization operated for the purpose of organizing chapters, planning state programs, coordinating statewide Czech activities and sponsoring the Miss Nebraska Czech-Slovak Queen pageant. Check out the library and book links for helpful resources and books that may be purchased.
Map Library for the Nebraska Department of Roads. Explore this site to find all kinds of maps including historical, current road construction, county and city maps, railroad routes in Nebraska, a map of the Lewis and Clark Trail Markers in Nebraska and much more.
Genealogy Trails is similar to USGenWb. There is information available at the Nebraska page that you will not find on the Nebraska USGenWeb page. Some entries have abstracted information from the 1880 Schedule of Defective, Dependent and Delinquent Classes, which is something overlooked by many genealogists.
The NEGenWeb Project is a collection of state and county sites offered to you by the many volunteers who are dedicated to helping promote free genealogical research in Nebraska. Follow the links to the left to visit the County Sites List, the Nebraska Resource Center where you will find more information on researching in Nebraska, the Nebraska OnLine Library with many books, maps and publications that have been transcribed for the web. Don't forget the Basic Helps section of the Resource Center for help in finding out how to find Nebraska Records (State vitals, census, etc.). Although it is not 'required', our State Resource Center and many of our County sites include transcription projects to help in your research. Please take the time to find out just what may or may not be available online on our State and County sites:
The Nebraska Library Commission website has web resources which can be useful to genealogy researchers. You have to prove you’re a Nebraska resident by logging in with your driver’s license number in accessing these tools.
State genealogical society site