More often, it refers to the white-top-buggy-driving Amish group found primarily in central Pennsylvania.
But the past few years have seen the plain population in the actual state of Nebraska rise, with a handful of Amish now living in NE.
Read more about both the Cornhusker State’s Amish, as well as the ultraconservative PA group–and just how they got the geographically-confusing name–in the new state guide entry on Nebraska Amish.
Amish in new locations often rely on small enterprise such as retail shops or woodworking to make a living. Read more on Amish furniture in Nebraska.
Photo credit: Lindsay O’Brien
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