Chinese Americans -- Nevada

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Merrimac Mill Company Records

Identifier: NC171

The Merrimac Mil Company was a mineral processing mill built two miles below Empire City, Comstock Lode, Nevada in 1861-1862. The collection contains a daily account ledger that provides names of mines and individuals with whom the mill did business, and dates and amounts of

Dates: 1863-1868

Raycraft Exchange Hotel Registers

Identifier: NC278

The Raycraft Exchange Hotel was located in Genoa, Nevada and owned by Ellen (Quinlan) and Richard Raycraft. The collection contains hotel registers that list the names and addresses of daily guests and printed ads for businesses in the San Francisco Bay area of California.

Dates: 1890-1901

Tenabo Mill and Mining Company Records

Identifier: NC166

Included are correspondence; payroll records; day book of stores; and loose reports, correspondence, and maps of mines in the area. Reports by geologists include history and geology of the area and prospects for development; payrolls list employees (including Chinese), wages, rent, store bill and board owed.

Dates: 1896-1916