Second Sunday Talks
Second Sundays at DCHS are an opportunity to showcase topics, past and present, that all have direct relevance to Douglas County, Nebraska. Join us in our exploration of the buildings, people, and events that have shaped the community we live in!
Our Second Sunday talks are one-hour in length and feature a guest speaker or panel discussion followed by a question and answer session. Past topics include the Creighton Family, Nebraska’s role in the Civil War, the Blackstone Hotel, and the Standing Bear v. Crook Trial.
The program typically takes place in Metropolitan Community College’s Building 10, Room 110 on the Historic Fort Omaha Campus. Second Sunday talks are free to our members and only $5 for non-members. To RSVP to an upcoming talk, please call 402-455-9990, ext. 101 or e-mail Members@DouglasCoHistory.org.
If you are interested in presenting on a local topic for our Second Sunday Talk, contact 402-455-9990 or e-mail Outreach@DouglasCoHistory.org.
2021 Talks –
September 19 at 2:00 p.m.
*Gross Auditroium at College of St. Mary*
Dr. Mary McNamee, Audrey Nelson and Virginia Aita, PhD will discuss the hisory of the University of Nebraska nurse during WWII.
October 10 at 2:00p.m.
*Gross Auditorium at College of St. Mary*
“Thomas R. Kimball Elected member Nebraska Hall of Fame” by Joni Fogarty
Check out our Events Calendar for more information.
April Second Sunday Virtual Talk
Join us for our first ever Virtual Second Sunday Talk, “Paul L Borowiak: How the Discovery of a Uniform Uncovers More than One History.”
When the Uniform Curator of The National Museum of the Marine Corps tells you that you’re holding a uniform which belonged to a remarkable person, an amazing piece of history, you take notice. Join us as Elizabeth Ladd, Collections Manager at Douglas County Historical Society, takes on the incrdible journey of discovery through the military history of one of the heroes World War I