$10.00 / year
Membership in the Nebraska Chapter of OCTA for one year
Nebraska Chapter members are interested in the emigrant trails from “jumping off” places in Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas that were scattered across eastern Nebraska and converged at Fort Kearny, then ran adjacent to the Platte River through central Nebraska, then crossing the south branch and following the north branch of the Platte through the awe inspiring landmarks of western Nebraska.
By joining this local chapter, you will have access to get the best available information about issues and projects in that area. Every chapter welcomes members from all over.
OCTA is dedicated to the preservation, appreciation, and enjoyment of all the Trans-Mississippi migration trails to the West – the trails that made the United States an ocean-to-ocean nation.
(Please note that in order to be a member of a local chapter you must be a member of national OCTA.)