Julie Myers

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Julie Myers grew up on her grandfather’s farm in southeastern Nebraska, moving to North Platte later in life to practice law. She spent many happy years working and traveling in the Sand Hills. She wishes everyone could float down the Niobrara River, sneak through the grass and watch thousands of sandhill cranes lift off the Platte, and stare open-mouthed at the blue-legged water birds of the Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge. She lives now in Iowa with her husband and three cats.

 

Immigration in Nebraska