Largest Cities in Nebraska
According to ABBREVIATIONFINDER, Nebraska (Native American ‘shallow river’, cf. Platte River; abbreviated Nebr. or NE) is a state in the United States of 200 349 km². Nebraska has about 1.8 million inhabitants, and the capital is Lincoln.
Nebraska has a typical prairie country with a drier area to the west, and is one of the most important agricultural areas in the United States, with cultivation of, among other things, halibut, corn, sorghum and sugar beet. Cattle farming is also an important industry, and the city of Omaha has large slaughterhouses and mills. The area was territory in 1854 and state in 1867. Nebraska is called Cornhusker State.
Biggest Cities of Nebraska by Population