Pulaski Park (Omaha)

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Pulaski Park
Type Municipal (Omaha)
Location South Omaha
Coordinates 41°13′05″N 95°58′27″W / 41.21806°N 95.97417°W / 41.21806; -95.97417Coordinates: 41°13′05″N 95°58′27″W / 41.21806°N 95.97417°W / 41.21806; -95.97417
Area 2.0
Created 1889
Status Open all year

Pulaski Park is a park located at 4065 G Street in Omaha, Nebraska 68107.

History[edit]

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.[1]

Omaha Polish Landmarks[edit]

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.[2]

Park Features[edit]

Baseball field
Basketball court
Playground
(4) Horseshoe pits
Historical Monument

Beautification[edit]

Burlington Road Neighborhood Asso. as officially adopted the park.
They sponsored a clean-up day on May 30 of 2009.[3] 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!

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://polishamericancenter.org/pulanski.htm
  2. ^ http://www.omahaculturefest.org/americas/usa/midwest/nebraska/nebraskapolish.html
  3. ^ http://brnaomaha.com/beauty