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Preserve North Omaha History

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This presentation is from the June 2020 presentation by Adam Fletcher Sasse called "Preserve North Omaha History" for NorthOmahaHistory.com.

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Preserve North Omaha History

  1. 1. Preserve North Omaha History Adam Fletcher, NorthOmahaHistory.com
  2. 2. Grace Apostolic Church aka Military Theater 2216 Military Avenue Opened 1928
  3. 3. ● Structures ● Stories ● Culture What History Needs Preserved?
  4. 4. Bethel AME Church 2428 Franklin Street Built in 1899 Article Available
  5. 5. ● Recognition ● Preservation ● Conservation How Do We Preserve History?
  6. 6. Central Park School,4904 North 42nd Street, Opened in c1870, Built in 1912
  7. 7. ● Renovation ● Restoration ● Reconstruction ● Redevelopment How Do We Preserve History?
  8. 8. Ritz Theater 2041 North 24th Street Built in 1935 Demolished c1979
  9. 9. ● Historic Markers ● Historic Sites (NRHP, OL) ● Museums ● Events What Has Happened Before?
  10. 10. Fontenell Park Pavilion 4407 Fontenelle Blvd Built in 1927 Article Available
  11. 11. ● NorthOmahaHistory.com ● Wikipedia ● Omaha Public Schools Making Invisible History Vibisible ● History Nebraska ● Douglas County Historical Society ● Restoration Exchange Omaha ● Durham Museum ● Florence History ● Faith Communities ● Higher Education ● Other Community-Based Orgs Who Took Action Before?
  12. 12. Mount Vernon Baptist Church aka Grand Theater 2920 North 16th Street Built in 1916
  13. 13. ● Public Policy ● Public Perceptions ● Partnerships ● Celebrations What Change Needs to Happen?
  14. 14. Calvin Memorial Presbyterian Church,3105 North 24th Street, Built in 1910 Article Available
  15. 15. ● Educate ● Advocate ● Activate How Can Change Happen Next?
  16. 16. John R. Reagan House 2102 Pinkney Street Built in 1910 Demolished in 2017 Article Available
  17. 17. Visit NorthOmahaHistory.com

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