Significant events in the history of North Omaha, Nebraska include the Pawnee, Otoe and Sioux nations; the African American community; Irish, Czech, and other European immigrants, and; several other populations. Several important settlements and towns were built in the area, as well as important social events that shaped the future of Omaha and the history of the nation. The timeline of North Omaha history extends to present, including recent controversy over schools.
Pre-19th century Bands from the Pawnee, Otoe and Sioux nations alternatively occupy the land now comprising North Omaha as hunting area
Early 19th centuryOmaha nation uses the land now comprising North Omaha as hunting area
1804 Between August 3 and August 20, the Lewis and Clark Expedition traveled along the banks of the Missouri and camped in North Omaha near Dodge Park. There is speculation that Clark traveled in the area, possibly to the Belvedere Point Lookout.