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Morn. Twilight: 6:51 A.M.
Sunrise: 7:21 A.M.
Sunset: 4:58 P.M.
Duration: 9h, 37m
Eve. Twilight: 5:28 A.M.
Visible Light: 10h, 37m

"Potters Cemetery Site"

Located on Young Street, just east of Mormon Bridge Road (48th). ((Google Maps and Satellite maps logo)) (north of Forest Lawn Cemetery on south side of Young Street)

Image - Larger view of Potters Field Cemetery
Potters Field Names Marker

The cemetery known as Potters Field is a five and a half acre plot of land used as a cemetery during the pioneer days.  It is now one of Omaha's (almost) hidden treasures.

Potter's Field was used from 1887 to 1957. After the cemetery was no longer used, the grounds ran in disrepair, depending on relatives of those that were buried there to maintain it.  As the descendants decreased in numbers, the cemetery was starting to be taken over by the overgrowth.  Now, the cemetery has been taken over by Douglas County for maintenace.

Image - Small view of Potters Field Cemetery
Potters Field Gates
Image - Small view of Potters Field Cemetery Marker
Potters Field Marker
Image - Small view of Potters Field Cemetery Sundial
Potters Field Sundial