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Coming November 10!

New Book Highlights Nebraska's Heritage Architecture

​UPCOMING APPEARANCES



Tuesday, October 18
6:30 p.m.
Presentation
"Jesse James in Nebraska"
Greater Omaha Genealogical Society
Omaha, NE



Thursday, October 26 
2 p.m.

Presentation
"Jesse James in Nebraska"
Nebraska Masonic Home
Plattsmouth, NE


 
Sunday, October 29
2 p.m.
Presentation
"Sand Hills and Sandlots:
The Amazing Story of Rushville's Modisett Ball Park"
John G. Neihardt Center
Bancroft, NE


Tuesday, November 14
6:30 p.m.
Presentation
"Jesse James in Nebraska"
Humboldt Public Library
Humboldt, NE


Saturday, November 18
TBA
Book Signing
"150@150: Nebraska's Landmark Buildings at the State's Sesquicentennial"
Barnes & Noble - Oakview
Omaha, NE



Saturday, December 9
TBA

Book Signing
"150@150: Nebraska's Landmark Buildings at the State's Sesquicentennial"
Francie and Finch
Lincoln, NE


Jeff's Books

I write books about legendary people and places of the Great Plains. Check out my titles here!

Jeff Barnes

Presented by the Architectural Foundation of Nebraska and the American Institute of Architects-Nebraska Chapter, 150@150: Nebraska's Landmark Buildings at the State's Sesquicentennial features Nebraska's rich architectural history going back to territory days to the modern structures of today. The 150 featured buildings cover a broad section of our history as the homes of famous people, government, religion, arts and culture, our ethnic groups, and much more. The full-color book will be published by Donning Company Publishers - keep checking here for updates!

Humanities Nebraska programs for Nebraska Humans!

Jeff Barnes is one of Humanities Nebraska's most-requested presenters and is now booking for the state's sesquicentennial in 2017. Each of his HN-sponsored talks shares a fascinating chapter of Nebraska history, drawing on numerous photographs and images and engrossing stories of the people or places. Check out his wide variety of talks here, then contact Jeff at (402) 571-1349 or husker80@cox.net to book him for your organization. 

Writer / Humanities Speaker / Independent Historian

Barney's Auto Blog

I write about Great Plains history, but I also write about fascinating automobiles. Check out my car blog here!