Omaha Tribal Historical Research Project, Inc. [OTHRP]

Presents

Omahas in History

 


 Photograph courtesy of Hampton University Museum Archives.

Nettie Freemont, He-a-we

teacher and stenographer

 

 
 

 

Nettie Freemont, He-a-we

Nettie attended school for several years at the Old Presbyterian Mission School at Omaha Agency, three years in Elizabeth, NJ with the La Flesche girls and attended Carlisle. She took a business course in Philadelphia.

Nettie worked as a teacher at Crow Creek Agency and Rapid City, SD. She became a stenographer for Harry S. Keefe, a lawyer, and for Walter Diddock and William Pilcher in Walthill, NE.

 

 

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RR 1 Box 79A
Walthill, NE 68067
402-846-5454

 

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