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Lincoln Population: 259,218

Total Males: 129,756
Total Females: 129,462
Median Household Income: $49,504
Total Households: 103,866

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Brief Information About Lincoln

The City of Lincoln is the capital and the second-most populous city of the US state of Nebraska. Lincoln was founded in 1856 as the village of Lancaster.Lancaster was renamed after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln's economy activity is mostly derived from service industries.Some of the prominent industries in Lincoln include medical, banking, information technology, education, call centers, insurance and rail and truck transport.The state government and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln ,largely contribute to the local economy.
There are a number of businesses which were founded in Lincoln including, Fort Western Stores, HobbyTown USA, and Nelnet.One of the largest employers is the BryanLGH Medical Center.It consists of two major hospitals and several large outpatient facilities located across the city.

Some of the notable residents of the city of Lincoln include Milton I. Wick who organized a book business in Lincoln, Nebraska, that employed college students to sell books to farmers during the summer months. The enterprise was so successful that it was expanded to Iowa, Missouri and Kansas, employing more than 500 students during the three years of its existence. Mr. Wick later founded Wick Communications Company, Ira J. McDonald, treasurer of the former Havelock, Nebraska ,Nancy Coover Andreasen, prominent neuroscientist and neuropsychiatrist, was born in Lincoln,Richard Cowan, United States Army soldier during World War II and posthumous recipient of the Medal of Honor etc.

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