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The waters of the Missouri River roared wild and free over its valley for thousands of years before Omaha was settled. Even after pioneers gathered on Capitol Hill for a picnic to found Omaha City in 1854, the Missouri still whipped around, flooding the area, shifting its channel and moving willy-nilly. During this time, a little nest of water in East Omaha was created. When European settlers saw it, they called it Florence Lake.

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The waters of the Missouri River roared wild and free over its valley for thousands of years before Omaha was settled. Even after pioneers gathered on Capitol Hill for a picnic to found Omaha City in 1854, the Missouri still whipped around, flooding the area, shifting its channel and moving willy-nilly. During this time, a little nest of water in East Omaha was created. When European settlers saw it, they called it Florence Lake.

Support the North Omaha History podcast. Please go to Patreon.com/Omaha (https://northomahahistory.com/podcast/) and become a patron for as little as $1 a month. We'll give your a free gift :) Visit Adam's North Omaha History blog (https://northomahahistory.com) and like his Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NorthOmahaHistory) for all kinds of great stuff.

Shop for and buy Adam's books on Amazon (https://goo.gl/d0CY7n)