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The fertility clinics in Nebraska offer fertility treatment and diagnosis options including male and female infertility treatment, intrauterine insemination, In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), egg donation and more.
Nebraska is a state that lies in two regions of the United States – the Great Plains and the Midwestern United States. Nebraska borders South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, and Wyoming. The capital city is Lincoln and the largest one is Omaha.
The area of Nebraska was originally home to Native American tribes, such as Omaha, Missouria, Ponca, Pawnee, Sioux, and others.
The first Europeans to set foot in there were the French and the Spanish, both trying to control the region at the turn of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. While Spain managed to establish business relations with the Apaches, France maintained similar relations with the native peoples settled along the Missouri River.
Later, in 1720, war broke out between those two controlling countries and Spain was defeated.
During the Seven Years’ War, France ceded the territory to Spain again. Nebraska became a state of the USA on March 1, 1867. The capital city was then moved from Omaha to Lancaster, later named after Abraham Lincoln.
Nebraska has two climatic zones – humid continental and humid subtropical. The landscape of Nebraska can offer both rolling hills and treeless prairie.
The National Forest Service manages three areas in Nebraska: Nebraska National Forest, Oglala National Grassland, and Samuel R. McKelvie National Forest.
The tourist slogan of Nebraska is “Where the West begins.” Visitors should not miss Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Old Market in Omaha, Strategic Air and Space Museum, Chimney Rock National Historic Site, Haymarket District in Lincoln, Scotts Bluff National Monument, Golden Spike Tower in North Platte, and Indian Cave State Park.
The name of the state is a combination of two Native American words. Otoe “Ñí Brásge“ and Omaha “Ní Btháska,“ meaning ”flat water,“ are considered ancestors to the name “Nebraska.“
Nebraska has the largest Czech American and Danish American populations, as well as a large German American one.