The official state’s name means “flat water” and it was given by Oto Indians that used to live in this territorial area along with other American Native groups. Bordered by South Dakota, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas, Colorado and the Wyoming states, Nebraska is located in the Midwestern region of the United
States. It carries the feature of being the only American state that is triply landlocked.
Lincoln is its capital city, and the second most populous city of the state. Omaha is the largest one, which is located in the Missouri River. Some of the major cities of Nebraska are Bellevue, Grand Island, Fremont and Kearney. Most Nebraskans live close to Missouri and Platte rivers, and the rest of its territorial is low densely populated.
Nebraska’s economy has agriculture as a dominant sector, mainly in occupational rates. Cattle, corn, soybeans and wheat are some of the main products there. Non-farm activities that are significant in this state include manufacturing, telecommunications, insurance and information technology.
Some of the most famous people that are usually related to this American state are the Human Rights activist Malcom X, the entrepreneur Warren Buffet, the former U.S. president Gerard Ford and the actor Marlon Brando.