Mr. Moore shared stories of living in small-town Nebraska during the Great Depression, and travelling on the railroad at the end of World War II at the Nebraska City History Harvest event held at the Lewis and Clark Missouri River Basin Visitors Center on September 12, 2010.
Bill Moore, Nebraska City History Harvest, 2010
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