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Omaha's Sesquicentennial
1854 - 2004
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What does Sesquicentennial mean? Downtown Omaha [Trans-Mississippi & Internatioal Exposition]
May-December 2004
150th Omaha's Birthday related events/activities by various organizations and groups throughout  the Omaha area - is part of the  150! Community Partnership Program.
     See Omahabirthday.com and TheOmahaChannel.com Calendar page for Events List& details.
 
The Sescui-Cent Superpass (May 25 - July 18, 2004)
150 cent off to single admission to seven Omaha area Museums & Attractions
July 16-18, 2004 - Birthday Festival
Presented by First National Bank and Mayor Mike Fahey
 
July 18 - Omaha's Gigantic Birthday Cake @ Qwest Center Omaha
About 6000 have  a piece of this 30-foot-by-45-foot cake
 
The Sesquicentennial Commemorative Coin
Omaha's Sesquicentennial Websites & Publication
• Official Website: www.omahabirthday.com
Omaha Birthday Celebration 150  by TheOmahaChannel.com
• Sun, June 13th Omaha World-Herald Special Magazine section "Omaha 150"

Source of information in this section are from  150! Community Partnership Program (vic Gutman & Assocites, 402-345-541),
www.omahabirthday.com & TheOmahaChannel.com Calendar& Festival page
Omaha History By
Access Omaha
AIM's OmahaLink
HistoricOmaha.com
MotherEarthTravel.com
Omaha Area Guide
TheOmahaChannel.com - On the Right Side
The Omaha Page
Historical Omaha Photos
Early Omaha: Gateway to the West &
Trans-Mississippi & International Exposition
   by Omaha Public Library
[Trans-Mississippi & Internatioal Exposition]
The Great Event of 98... "website" by Omaha Public Library
Downtown Omaha
Early Omaha
Old Omaha Exchange
An online newspaper by South High School students
Omaha Indians
History of Omaha Indian tribe by pagewise
"The First People in Waterloo" -a Waterloo School Districts learning Web page
The Omaha Page

Omaha Guide & General Information
Chamber of Commerce | Convention and Visitors Bureau
City of Omaha | Omaha.com | Other Omaha Guide Pages
Birthday  in Print - Omaha World Herald articles
March 9, 2004 :Three-day birthday party is in the works for Omaha
May 25, 2004: Discount pass tied to Omaha's birthday
July 15, 2004 :Commemorative coin is built on city's success

July 15, 2004 :This cake will satisfy even the biggest sweet tooth
July 15, 2004 :Sunday's family festival features giant cake
July 17, 2004 :Sweaty fans give 311 a 10 at Omaha's 150th
July 18, 2004 :150th Birthday Notes: First came 'boom,' then 'beep beep'
July 18, 2004 :A Birthday Boom
July 19, 2004 :Topping off celebration was a piece of cake - and then some
 
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