Pulaski Park (Omaha)
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Pulaski Park is a park located at 4065 G Street in Omaha, Nebraska 68107.
General Casimir Pulaski 1745-1779. "An officer famous throughout Europe for his bravery and conduct in defense of the liberties of his country against... great invading powers.
Omaha Polish Landmarks
Pulaski Park located on 4065 "G" St, Pulaski Park was named after a Gen. Casimir Pulaski, a Polish hero of the American Revolutionary War in a vibrant ethnic neighborhood in South Omaha.
Print and Photographs-Library of Congress The park has an interpretive exhibit on Pulaski and Polish influence on Omaha's growth.
(4) Horseshoe pits
Burlington Road Neighborhood Asso. as officially adopted the park.
They sponsored a clean-up day on May 30 of 2009. Pulaski Park Plans for June 2009! Thanks to the $5000 Mayor's Grant, Pulaski Park's has additional Picnic Pads and electrical hookups. Rebecca Barrientos-Patlan and Virgil Patlan have worked hard to accomplish this wonderful addition. Thanks!