The Standing Bear v. Crook Trial took place nearly 140 years ago. On May 12, 1879 the landmark trial was held in Omaha and established that Native Americans are persons within the law.

To honor this momentous event, DCHS will host Omaha attorney Larry Dwyer as he presents on details of the trial at Historic Fort Omaha, Building #10, Room #110 with a Frontier Dinner to follow at the General Crook House Museum.


Saturday, May 11th


4:00 p.m. Talk

Historic Fort Omaha, 30th and Fort Streets

Building #10, Room #110


5:00 p.m. Dinner

General Crook House Museum

Limited availability.


$40 for DCHS Members and $45 for Non-Members.


For more information, call 402-455-9990. 

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