North Omaha, Nebraska

North Omaha, Nebraska

North Omaha, Nebraska

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North Omaha is a community area in Omaha, Nebraska, USA. It is bordered by Cuming and Dodge Streets on the south, Interstate 680 on the north, North 72nd Street on the west and the Missouri River and Carter Lake, Iowa on the east, as defined by the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the Omaha Chamber of Commerce.

Located just north of Downtown Omaha, the community includes some of the oldest neighborhoods in the city, including the Near North Side, Bemis Park, Saratoga and Florence. It is the site of the Mormon Pioneers' Winter Quarters, the Mormon Temple, the center of the historically significant African-American community, and the birthplace of Malcolm X. Important landmarks in the community include the Bank of Florence, Prospect Hill Cemetery and the Fort Omaha Historical District.

In 2006, North Omaha became the focus of national attention after local State Senator Ernie Chambers introduced an amendment to divide the Omaha school system into three systems that some observers suggested would have created de facto segregated school systems based on residential patterns. The measure was eventually repealed.


North Omaha has a recorded history extending to 1812 with the founding of Fort Lisa by Manuel Lisa.Helmus, T., Toppin, E., Pounds, N. & Arnsdorf, V. (1990) The United States Yesterday......
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