Nevada historical markers

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Nevada historical markers identify significant places of interest in Nevada's history. The Historic Marker Program was initiated by the Nevada State Legislature in 1967 to bring the state's heritage to the public's attention with on-site markers. Because of budget cuts the program became dormant in 2009.[1]

List of Nevada historical markers
# Marker name County Notes
1 Empire and the Carson River Mills Carson City [2]
2 Pioneer Memorial Park Humboldt [3]
3 West End of Hastings Cutoff Elko [4]
4 Junction House—The First Settlement Washoe [5]
5 Pioche Lincoln [6]
6 El Dorado Canyon Clark [7]
7 Dayton Lyon [8]
8 Austin Lander [9]
9 Copper Country White Pine [10]
10 Sand Mountain Churchill [11]
11 Eureka Eureka [12]
12 Nevada's Birthplace Douglas [13]
13 The Comstock Lode Storey [14]
14 Goldfield Esmeralda [15]
15 Tonopah Nye [16]
16 Mineral County Mineral [1]
17 Pershing County Pershing [1]
18 Pyramid Lake Washoe [5]
19 Ragtown Churchill [11]
20 Columbus Esmeralda [15]
21 The Humboldt Canal Humboldt [3]
22 Humboldt River Humboldt [3]
23 Humboldt House Pershing [17]
24 Olinghouse Washoe [5]
25 Nevada's Capitol Carson City [2]
26 Forty-Mile Desert Churchill [11]
27 Grimes Point Churchill Prehistoric Rock Art Site[11]
28 Mark Twain Storey [14]
29 Chinese in Nevada Washoe [5]
30 Reno Washoe [5]
31 The Old Spanish Trail (1829-1850) Clark [7]
32 The Old Spanish Trail (1829-1850) Clark [7]
33 The Old Spanish Trail (1829-1850) Clark [7]
34 The Old Spanish Trail (1829-1850) Clark [7]
35 Las Vegas Mormon Fort and Rancho Clark Nevada's oldest building[7]
36 Moapa Valley Clark [7]
37 Powell of the Colorado Clark [7]
38 Pahranagat Valley Lincoln [6]
39 Panaca Lincoln Southern Nevada's first permanent settlement, from 1864[6]
40 Las Vegas (The Meadows) Clark [7]
41 Pueblo Grande de Nevada Clark [7]
42 Big Smoky Valley Nye [16]
43 Derby Diversion Dam Washoe [5]
44 Carson City Carson City [2]
45 Humboldt Wells Elko [4]
46 Pilot Peak Elko [4]
47 Fort Halleck Military Reservation Elko 1867-1886[4]
48 Tuscarora Elko [4]
49 Applegate-Lassen Emigrant Trail Cutoff Pershing [17]
50 Carlin Canyon Elko [4]
51 Schellbourne White Pine [10]
52 Cherry Creek White Pine [10]
53 Hamilton White Pine [10]
54 Ward Mining District White Pine [10]
55 Culverwell's Ranch Lincoln [6]
56 Virgin Valley Clark [7]
57 Old Boundary (Nevada's Southern Boundary 1861-1867) Lincoln [6]
58 Old Boundary (Nevada's Southern Boundary 1861-1867) Nye [9]
60 Hawthorne (Present Mineral County Seat—Former Esmeralda County Seat) Mineral [18]
61 Mound House Lyon [8]
62 Truckee River – West Washoe [5]
63 Truckee River – East Washoe [5]
64 Ophir Nye [16]
65 Palisade Eureka [12]
66 Jacobsville Lander [9]
67 Austin Churches Lander [9]
68 Wadsworth Washoe [5]
69 Jarbidge, Nevada Elko [4]
70 Bliss Mansion Carson City [2]
71 Methodist Church of Carson City Carson City [2]
72 Nevada State Children's Home Carson City [2]
73 Unknown Soldiers Elko [4]
74 Wellington Lyon [8]
75 Government Building Carson City [2]
76 Eagle Valley Carson City [2]
77 Dat-So-La-Lee Carson City [2]
78 Orion Clemens' Home Carson City [2]
79 Civil War Plot Washoe [5]
80 Eureka County Courthouse Eureka [12]
81 Grand Army Of The Republic Memorial Tree Washoe [5]
82 Diamond Valley Eureka [12]
83 Rock Creek (Cold Springs Station) Churchill [11]
84 Jedediah Strong Smith (Explorer of the Western Wilderness) White Pine [10]
85 Sutro Lyon [8]
86 Tule Springs Clark Archeological Site[7]
87 Savage Mansion (c. 1863) Storey [14]
88 Sparks Washoe [5]
89 Paradise Valley Humboldt [3]
90 Delamar Lincoln "The Widow Maker" (1893-1909)[6]
91 Stewart Indian School Carson City [2]
92 Candelaria and Metallic City Mineral [18]
93 Panaca Mercantile Store Lincoln Built in 1868 as a cooperative for local commerce and trade from Utah[6]
94 The Winters Ranch (Rancho del Sierra) Washoe [5]
95 Battle Mountain Lander [9]
96 Round Mountain Nye [16]
97 Manhattan "The Pine Tree Camp" Nye [16]
98 Osceola (1872-1940) White Pine [10]
99 Taylor White Pine [10]
100 Nevada Northern Railway White Pine [10]
100 Wagon Jack Shelter Churchill [11]
101 Miller's Esmeralda [15]
102 Goodsprings Clark Mining District (1856-1957)[7]
103 Gypsum Cave Clark [7]
104 The Camel Corps Clark [7]
105 Golconda Humboldt [3]
106 Elko Elko [4]
107 Elko Airport Elko Terminus of the First Commercial Air Mail Route[4]
108 Ruby Valley Pony Express Station Elko Reconstructed[4]
109 Lamoille Valley Elko [4]
110 Wagon Jack Shelter Churchill [11]
111 Edwards Creek Valley Churchill [11]
112 Carlin Elko [4]
113 Wabuska Lyon [8]
114 Franktown Washoe [5]
115 Potosi Clark [7]
116 Searchlight Clark [7]
117 Kingsbury Grade Douglas [13]
118 Luther Canyon Douglas Fay Canyon[13]
119 Reul Colt Gridley Lander [9]
120 Walley's Hot Springs Douglas [13]
121 Mottsville Douglas [13]
122 Sheridan Douglas [13]
123 Cradlebaugh Bridge Douglas [13]
124 Boyd Toll Road Douglas [13]
125 Twelve Mile House Douglas [13]
126 Double Springs, Nevada Douglas [13]
127 Courthouse Site (1865-1907) Lyon [8]
128 The Great Train Robbery (Nevada) Washoe [5]
129 Gardnerville Douglas [13]
130 Minden Douglas [13]
131 Dresslerville Douglas [13]
132 Mackay Mansion Storey [14]
133 Fish Lake Valley Esmeralda [15]
134 Trans-Sierran Pioneer Flight Carson City (March 22, 1919)[2]
135 New Pass Station Churchill [11]
136 Toquima Cave Lander [9]
137 Hickison Summit Lander [9]
138 Belmont Nye [16]
139 The Old Spanish Trail (Journey of Death) Clark [7]
140 The Old Spanish Trail (Garces Expedition) Clark [7]
141 The Old Spanish Trail (Armijo's Route) Clark [7]
142 The Old Spanish Trail (Mountain Springs Pass) Clark [7]
143 Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins Humboldt 1844-1891[3]
144 Fort McDermitt Humboldt [3]
145 Unionville (Pershing County) Pershing [17]
146 McDermitt Indian Reservation Humboldt Northern Paiute[3]
147 A Home of Early Man Churchill [11]
148 The Two Battles Of Pyramid Lake Washoe [5]
149 High Rock Canyon Washoe [5]
150 Nevada's First State Park Clark [7]
151 Duck Valley Indian Reservation Elko [4]
152 Gerlach Washoe [5]
153 Jarbidge Community Hall Elko [4]
154 Belleville Mineral [18]
155 Silver Peak Esmeralda Discovered 1863[15]
156 Gold Point Esmeralda [15]
157 Lida Esmeralda [15]
158 Palmetto Esmeralda [15]
159 Ione Nye [16]
160 Panaca Spring Lincoln Warm spring and source of Meadow Valley's fertile lands[6]
161 Churchill County Courthouse Churchill [11]
162 Camp McGarry Humboldt [3]
163 Chinatown Lyon Early Name of Dayton[8]
164 Button Point Humboldt [3]
165 Nevada Test Site Nye [16]
166 Bowers Mansion Washoe [5]
167 Valmy Humboldt [3]
168 Arrowhead Trail (1914-1924) Clark [7]
169 Glendale School Washoe [5]
170 Eureka Sentinel Building Eureka [12]
171 Chief Tecopa (Peacemaker of the Paiutes) Nye [16]
172 Tybo Nye [16]
173 Beatty (Center of the Gold Railroads—"Chicago of the West") Nye [16]
173 Tate's Stage Station (1886-1901) Nye [16]
174 Blair Esmeralda [15]
175 Stewart-Nye Residence Carson City [2]
176 The Surveyors (Nevada) Lander [9]
177 Desert Well Station (Overland Mail and Stage Station) Lyon [8]
178 Hazen Churchill [11]
179 First Air Flights in Nevada Carson City [2]
180 The Warm Springs Hotel Carson City [2]
181 The Washo Indians Carson City [2]
182 Panaca Ward Chapel Lincoln Oldest building in Lincoln County, built in 1867-68 as a LDS Church meetinghouse[6]
183 Walker River Reservation Mineral [18]
184 Ward Charcoal Ovens White Pine [10]
185 McCone's Foundries Lyon [8]
186 Union Hotel and Post Office Lyon [8]
187 The Cattle Industry Eureka [12]
188 Gypsum Cave Clark [7]
189 Southern Pacific Railroad Yards Washoe [5]
190 Original Homesite of Pioneer Las Vegas, "Pop" Squires (1865-1958) Clark [7]
191 Verdi Washoe [5]
192 Buckland's Station (On the California Emigrant Trail) Lyon [8]
193 Historic Flume and Lumber Yard Carson City [2]
194 Gardner's Ranch Carson City [2]
195 The Last Spike Clark [7]
196 The United States Mint at Carson City, Nevada Carson City [2]
197 Arrowhead Trail II Clark [7]
198 Steamboat Springs Washoe [5]
199 Camels in Dayton Lyon [8]
200 Hall's Station Lyon [8]
201 Wonder Historic Mining Camp Churchill Historic Mining Camp—1906-1919[11]
202 Fairview Churchill 1905-1917[11]
203 Bullionville Lincoln [6]
204 Jackrabbit Lincoln [6]
205 Crystal Springs Lincoln [6]
206 Hiko Lincoln [6]
207 Carson Valley Douglas [13]
208 International Hotel Lander First commercial building constructed in Austin in 1863[9]
209 Chollar Mine Storey [14]
210 Nevada-California-Oregon Railroad Depot Washoe [5]
211 Old Geiger Grade Washoe [5]
212 Galena Washoe [5]
213 Lakeview Carson City [2]
214 Rafael Rivera Clark [7]
215 Lahontan Dam Churchill [11]
216 Stillwater Churchill [11]
217 Tate's Stage Station Nye [16]
218 Geiger Station (Magnolia House) Washoe [5]
219 Glenbrook Douglas [13]
220 The Fight of the Century Washoe [5]
221 Sand Harbor Washoe [5]
222 Tannehill Cabin—One of Eureka's First Houses Eureka [12]
223 Devil's Gate Lyon [8]
224 Kyle Ranch Clark [7]
225 Spooner Area Douglas Logging and Lumber Period: 1868-1895[13]
226 Cave Rock Douglas [13]
227 Lake Mansion Washoe [5]
228 The Great Fire of 1875 Storey [14]
229 Oil from Shale Elko [4]
230 Mount Rose Weather Observatory Washoe [5]
231 Star City Pershing [17]
232 Reunion in Unionville Pershing [17]
233 Dayton Cemetery Lyon [8]
234 Moana Springs Washoe [5]
235 Camp Nye Carson City [2]
236 Piper's Opera House Storey [14]
237 Carson and Colorado Railroad Freight Depot Mineral [18]
238 Huffaker's Washoe [5]
239 Stonehouse Humboldt [3]
240 Coney Island Washoe [5]
242 Southern Nevada Consolidated Telephone-Telegraph Company Building Esmeralda [15]
243 Corbett—Fitzsimmons Fight Carson City [2]
244 Dinner Station Elko [4]
245 Frederick Joseph DeLongchamps (June 2, 1882 – February 11, 1969) Washoe [5]
246 The Great Incline of the Sierra Nevada Washoe [5]
247 Site of Nevada's First Public Library Washoe [5]
248 Virginia & Truckee Railroad Right of Way Washoe [5]
249 Union Pacific Depot—1923 Lincoln [6]
250 State Printing Building Carson City [2]
251 Diamondfield Jack Davis Elko [4]
252 Rinckel Mansion Carson City [2]
253 Emigrant—Donner Camp Washoe [5]
254 Nevada's Mining Heritage Eureka [12]
255 Wilson Canyon Lyon [8]
256 Historic Transportation Washoe [5]
257 Nevada's First Gold Discovery Lyon [8]
258 Charles W. Friend House, Observatory, and Weather Station Carson City [2]
259 The Governor's Mansion Carson City [2]
260 Contact Elko [4]
261 Spooner Summit Douglas [13]
262 Dayton School House - 1865 Lyon [8]
263 Oats Park School Churchill [11]
265 Governor Emmet Derby Boyle Washoe [5]
266 African Americans and the Boston Saloon Storey [14]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Historical Markers". Nevada State Historic Preservation Office. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z "Carson City, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 17 July 2011. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Humboldt County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Elko Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao "Washoe County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n "Lincoln County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac "Clark County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Lyon County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Lander County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "White Pine County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  11. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q "Churchill County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h "Eureka County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Douglas County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h "Storey County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  15. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Esmeralda County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m "Nye County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  17. ^ a b c d e "Pershing County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011. 
  18. ^ a b c d e "Mineral County, Nevada". Nevada. Retrieved 18 July 2011.