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Stories of the Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plant
World War II was a time of great sacrifice for Americans at home and abroad.
One man shed a little light on local contributions during that time.
From the 1940s when it was built to the 1970s when the final factory building was shut down, thousands of workers called the Cornhusker Army Ammunition Plant home.
Howard Uhrich, and his daughter, Tiffany, shared the stories, photos, and items of the plant and its place in local history.
About 30 people gathered at Edith Abbott Memorial Library.
"Hall County was a big part of World War II with the ammunition plant, and the air base and there was a POW branch," said Uhrich. "We thought a good way to preserve the history would with pictures."
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