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Lincoln
Lancaster County, Nebraska

ZipCodes
68502, 68503, 68504, 68505, 68506, 68507, 68508, 68510, 68512, 68514, 68516, 68517, 68520, 68521, 68522, 68523, 68524, 68526, 68527, 68528, 68531, 68532




Page Contents for Lincoln, Nebraska

Statistics & Facts

Location

City Attractions

Government

Chamber of Commerce.

Community news

Organizations, Churches, and Sports.

Libraries.

Schools.

Miscellany



Statistics & Facts

The Nebraska state capital is Lincoln.
The population of Lincoln is approximately 210,963 2000, 258379 2010.
The approximate number of families is 79,079 1990, 103546 2010.
The amount of land area in Lincoln is 163.911 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 1.955 sq kilometers.
The distance from Lincoln to Washington DC is 1087 miles.
The distance to the Nebraska state capital is miles. (as the crow flies)
Lincoln is positioned 40.81 degrees north of the equator and 96.68 degrees west of the prime meridian.
Lincoln average annual rainfall is 26.94 inches per year
Lincoln average annual precipitation is 28.3 inches peryear.
Lincoln average annual snowfall is 26.3 inches per year.
Lincoln average temperature is 51 degrees F.
The average winter temperature is 19.7 degrees F.
The average spring temperature is 51.1 degrees F.
The average summer temperature is 77.6 degrees F.
The average fall temperature is 54.0 degrees F.

Location

in southeastern Nebraska. Here is a map page for Lincoln. This is a city map for Lincoln.
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Weather


moderate. Here is a weather page for Lincoln.

The record high for Lincoln was 115 degrees reach on 25 July 1936. The record low was 33 below monitored on 12 January 1974. The hottest month is July with an average temperature of 78.2 degrees. The coldest month is January with an average daily temperature of 21.3 degrees. The driest months are December to February. The westtest months are May to September.
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Attractions

Lincoln is the Nebraska State Capital!

Folsom Children's Zoo & Botanical Gardens
1222 S 27th St
Lincoln, NE 68502
PHONE: 402 475-6741
FAX: 402 475-6742
"Lincoln's WILD Spot"

Frank H Woods Telephone Museum
2047 M St
Lincoln, NE 68510-1029
Phone: 402-436-4640

Great Plains Art Collection
N 13th St At R St
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: 402-472-6220

Lincoln Children's Museum
121 S 13th St
Lincoln, NE 68508-1904
Phone: 402-477-4000

Musuem Of Nebraska History
131 Centennial Mall N
Lincoln, NE 68508-3805
Phone: 402-471-4754

Roller Skating National Museum
4730 South St
Lincoln, NE 68506-1256
Phone: 402-483-7551

Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery
N 12th St At R St
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: 402-472-3637

University Of Nebraska Museum
14th & U St
Lincoln, NE 68508
Phone: 402-472-2642

University Place Galleries
2601 N 48th St
Lincoln, NE 68504-3632
Phone: 402-466-8692

Visitors Center
201 N 7th St # 101
Lincoln, NE 68508-1309
Phone: 402-434-5348

Things to see and do in the area

Learn more about Lincoln

Morrill Hall and Ralph Mueller Planetarium
14th and U Streets
Lincoln, Nebraska
Phone: 402-472-2642
Nebraska's largest natural history museum and much more. Please call for hours of operation and show times.
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Lincoln City Government

City of Lincoln


Lincoln City Clerk
555 S 10th St
Lincoln, NE 68508-2803
Phone: 402-441-7436

Lincoln Chamber

Chamber Of Commerce
1320 Lincoln Mall # 201
Lincoln, NE 68508-2738
Phone: 402-474-4422


Lincoln Chamber of Commerce
Phone: 402 436-2350
Mailing Address: PO Box 83006 Lincoln, NE. 68501-3006
Street Address: 1135 M Street, Suite 200 Lincoln, NE. 68508


Lincoln Women's Chamber
5440 South St # 700
Lincoln, NE 68506-2116
Phone: 402-488-2034

Lincoln Community News

Genealogy Inquiry
I am writing from Canada, trying to track down part of my family from England who immigrated to America in the early 1900's, I believe. I have very little information to go on...very sketchy dates, names and places. However, something might "ring a bell" for someone and my search will be a little further on.
I am looking for my great aunt who's name I don't know, but she is my grandmothers older sister. My grandmother was born Bertha Webster in Heaton Moor, Lancashire England around 188? She married Charles Jordan and they had four sons...one of whom is my father John Jordan. But it's my grandmother's sister I'm looking for and this is what I know about her: She was also born in Heaton Moor in the late 1870's and married and immigrated with her husband to Lincoln Nebraska in the early 1900's. There is a possibility that her married name was Granger...but I can't confirm this. Apparently they did very well and moved on to California where they owned and operated a large lettuce farm. Any information about this part of my family would be greatly appreciated. Please write to me, Chris Jordan Baker at cbaker@admin.humberc.on.ca Thank You

Lincoln Organizations

Chamber Of Commerce
1320 Lincoln Mall # 201
Lincoln, NE 68508-2738
Phone: 402-474-4422


Lincoln Chamber of Commerce
Phone: 402 436-2350
Mailing Address: PO Box 83006 Lincoln, NE. 68501-3006
Street Address: 1135 M Street, Suite 200 Lincoln, NE. 68508


Lincoln Women's Chamber
5440 South St # 700
Lincoln, NE 68506-2116
Phone: 402-488-2034

Lincoln Libraries

Bennett Martin Public Library
136 S 14th St
Lincoln, NE 68508-1801
Phone: 402-441-8500

Lincoln Schools

Project Read instruction for teachers
This summer, receive college graduate credits through Wayne State College and Peru State College -- 6 hours credit for the three week class preferred; 2 hours credit for a one week class. Project Read is a reading program designed for at-risk elementary and junior high students. It utilizes direct, systematic instruction and the addition of the tactile-kinesthetic to the usual visual/auditory instruction usually used in schools today. This program has achieved great results with perceptually handicapped students, with the developmentally delayed, with students who "fall through the cracks" in eligibility for special programs, and with students with limited learning potential. This program may be used by regular classroom teachers, special education and Title 1 teachers, and for tutoring students, even those who have fallen many years behind! Visit my home page for complete information: http://www.stahr.com/pr/
Peggy Stahr
RR 2, Box 183
Waco, Ne 68460
Phone: 402 728-5393
E-mail: peggy@stahr.com or at verle@stahr.com


An education page for Lincoln


Lincoln Public Schools
5901 O St
Lincoln, NE 68510-2235
Phone: 402-436-1000



HIGHER EDUCATION


University of Nebraska at Lincoln
Nebraska Wesleyan University Union College Lincoln

Miscellany

The population of Lincoln was:
1970 - 149,518
1980 - 171,932
1990 - 191,972
2000 - 210,963 estimate

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