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An American Tradition: Omaha, Nebraska

Happy Fourth of July! I recently made a quick visit to Omaha, Nebraska, the Gateway to the West. You may think of Omaha as the home of the NCAA Men’s World Series, the Cox Classic Golf Tournament, and of course Omaha Steaks, but it is also a great place to explore some of America’s past. I drove through some of the city’s Historic neighborhoods where I marveled at the unique character surrounding the early 20th Century style homes. Here are a few of my favorites.

Janna Paulson, RID, IIDA, LEED AP