Above: Just north of Alliance Nebraska is A curious roadside attraction known as Carhenge.
Below: A view of Downtown Alliance.
Alliance, whose zip code is 69301, is a densely populated micro city in western Nebraska, not very far from Fort Robinson State Park.
The population of Alliance has never exceeded ten thousand people within its boundary of less than five square miles.
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1. Nebraska's official state flower is the Goldenrod.
2. Nebraska's official state tree is the Cottonwood.
3. Nebraska's official state bird is the Western Meadowlark.
4. Nebraska is home to 12 state parks.
5. Nebraska is divided into five geographical regions: Western, North Central, Northeastern, Southeastern, and South Central.
6. The state of Nebraska is home to 57 cities.
7. Only two Nebraska cities, Lincoln and Omaha, have populations of more than a quarter million. Nebraska's third largest city has only about 50,000 residents.
8. The ten largest cities in Nebraska (by population size) are Omaha, Lincoln, Bellevue, Grand Island, Kearney, Fremont, Hastings, North Platte, Norfolk, and Columbus, in that order.
9. Alliance Nebraska, with a population of roughly 8,400, is the 17th largest city in the state.
10. Native American Indian Tribes from Nebraska include Ho-Chunk, Ioway, Omaha, Sac & Fox, and Santee Lakota (Sioux). To read the FREE full text of Crazy Horse Appearing, see the related links below.
Above: Fort Robinson State Park, just outside the tiny town of Crawford, not too far west of Alliance Nebraska.
The stone monument marks the spot where our Great Lakota Chief Crazy Horse fell.
Here is an alphabetical list of all 12 state parks in Nebraska:
Above: A breath taking scene from Chadron State Park.
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Here's an alphabetical list of universities and four-year colleges located in the state of Nebraska:
Below: Wesleyan University in Lincoln.
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Above: The State Capitol Building in Lincoln.
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Above: Downtown Omaha
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Above: Downtown Kearney
Above: Mahoney State Park at sunset
Above: The cool blue waters of the Niobrara River.
Below: Ogallala, Nebraska.
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Crazy Horse Appearing (an award winning contemporary biography of the great Lakota Chief)
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Universities and PhD Programs in Nebraska and all over America.
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