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Sparks (Nev.)

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Graham Erskine Records

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Identifier: 83-08
Overview Graham Erskine (1911-1991) was an architect who came to Reno, Nevada in 1947 and was active in designing commercial and institutional buildings in Reno and Carson City during the middle twentieth century. His papers consist primarily with specifications and contracts for his architectural work as well as a small number of personal papers.

Nevada Archaeological Survey Reports

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Identifier: NC1243
Abstract Reports of archeological investigations of historic and prehistoric sites in northern Nevada and northeastern California.,Each usually includes location of site, statement of purpose, report of findings, and bibliography.

Sparks Family Papers

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Identifier: 2015-24
Overview John Sparks was a native of Mississippi that made his fortune in the cattle business and banking in Texas and Wyoming Territory after the Civil War. He married Nancy Elnora Knight in 1880 and moved to Elko County, Nevada where he continued cattle ranching operations. In 1902, Sparks became the 10th governor of Nevada, but passed away while in office during his second term in May 1908. Sparks was survived by his wife and four children: Maud Sparks McKenzie, Benton Hackett Sparks, Charles M....

University of Nevada, Reno, Ethnological Archives

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Identifier: 92-09
Abstract Included are students' final field reports; administrative correspondence, grant applications and reports; reference material distributed to students; and research material compiled by Drs. Warren d'Azevedo and Catherine Fowler on kinship in Washington County, Utah, and Reno, Nevada.,Topics of student reports include the Washo, Paiute, and Shoshone Indians of northern Nevada; Navaho at Kaibito, New Mexico; Indians on Vancouver Island, British Columbia; Samoans in the San Francisco Bay area,...