(March 2012) Balcombe, Saint Andre Durand - pioneer Indian agent and newspaper editor of Omaha.
- geologist and paleontologist (May 1997) Barns in Nebraska Territory - The Nebraska Farmer in 1861 called for more territorial farmers to build barns.
(December 2009) Barzynski, John (March 2003) Baseball (May 2000) Baseball at Cushman Park, 1889 (June 2003) Baseball at North Bend - Cedar Bluffs vs.
(August 2006) Brickyards - description of Schmidt Kirschke and Company of Grand Island, 1893 (March 2007) Brooks, Harriet S., Woman Suffragist - Brooks was Nebraska's most senior woman's rights activist in the years just prior to 1882.
(November 2009) Brownville, 1859 (February 2004) Bryan and the Japanese - Bryan and visiting Japanese trade delegation in 1909 (August 2007) Bryan and the Russians - William Jennings Bryan welcomed several Russian proponents of democracy to Lincoln in 1907.(March 2011) Bryan County (May 1996) Bryan for President, 1896 (March 1996) Bryan for President in 1920?
(February 2007) Cass County Fair, 1861 - "Female Equestrianism" was the highlight of the event, according to the Nebraska Farmer in November 1861.
(August 2008) Casting the Ballot Catfish (December 1999) Cather, Willa (January 1999) Cather, Willa - as Nebraska State Journal staff member (September 1998) Cattle Drives (December 1999) Celebrating Labor Day in 1890: The Butchers' Picnic - A butchers' picnic in Iowa turned rowdy after Omaha butchers challenged their Iowa counterparts to a fight-and then failed to show up.
- WJB refused an opportunity to make a fourth try for the presidency in 1920 on the Prohibition Party ticket.
(August 2009) Bryan in Florida (September 2003) Bryan in Florida - WJB's last home (December 1998) Bryan Still Popular in Nebraska in 1908 - WJB campaigned in Gering during his third and final run for the presidency.
Bobbitt's reminiscences in 1922 A Bogus Detective Agency - The "resistless charm" of playing detective made some Omahans the victims of fraud in 1887. - unofficial press historian of Nebraska (July 2007) Brainerd and Furnas at the Fair - Henry Allen Brainerd and Robert W.
(August 2011) Bookwalter, a Model Farm Community - in Pawnee County, 1891 (December 2007) Bootleggers' Carnival - Although both Iowa and Nebraska had statewide prohibition by May 1917 the manufacture and sale of liquor went on, providing a challenge to law enforcement. Furnas viewed a champion hog at the Nebraska State Fair, ca. (August 2009) Brandy Substitutes - The Anti-Saloon League offered alternatives to alcohol in 1907.
North Bend, 1895 (July 1997) Baseball in Early Lincoln - Edward Manley's memories of (September 2002) Baseball in Lincoln, 1894 (May 1999) Baseball in Nebraska City, 1870 (March 2005) Baseball, Ruth vs Gehrig - in Omaha, 1927(1997) Bauer, Harold W.