New Content on SAH Archipedia: Nebraska

by SAH News | Aug 21, 2015
The Holy Family Shrine (credit: Peter Olshavsky)

We are pleased to announce the addition of the first born-digital content to SAH Archipedia. Fifty-two Nebraska entries, written by Keith H. Sawyers and Peter Olshavsky, comprise the first half of entries featuring Nebraska’s 100 most representative buildings. This new content is part of an ongoing project, supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, to produce building histories for each of the states not yet included in SAH Archipedia. Providing an overview of Nebraska’s architectural history, these new entries cover a range of architectural styles, building types, and periods, from antebellum commercial and residential structures to contemporary museums, academic buildings, and houses of worship. 

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