Nevada -- History
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
Frances Shellenberger describes her Mormon parents' emigration from England to Utah, father's work in pioneer Utah, childhood in a Mormon family, move to Lund and Preston, Nevada in about 1898 with a Mormon colonizing group, marriage to Walter Shellenberger in 1903, married life in the mining town of Ruth and in Ely, ranching in the Snake Valley, raising ten children, and involvement in Mormon church activities.,A brief genealogical chart is included.
Collection contains received copy from Oct. 1864, on letterhead of the California State Telegraph Office, of Nevada Governor Nye's certification that the accompanying proclamation was a true copy, and article by Joseph H. Hazleton "The assassination of President Lincoln."
Helen Angel Fullenwider was a California researcher who researched their ancestors in 1991. Genealogical history of four families from colonial American times to the present. These families settled in Elko County, Nevada, beginning in 1859.
Frank's memories of Cherry Creek include early mining, events, people, law, religion, the Chinatown section, Indians, Cousin Jacks (English), fraternal lodges, schools, early automobiles, and the railroad.
The Cortez Mines, Ltd. was a mine on the southwest slope of Mt. Tenabo on the border of Lander and Eureka Counties, Nevada. The collection contains inventories of supplies, 1899-1907, for goods used at the mine such as wood, soda, salt, fuel and explosives, and the amount of each used at the mine or mill.
Memories of Dibble, dictated to his son, about his travels from 1867-1935 across the U.S., working as a teamster for the U.S. Army, telling of battles with Indians, Custer's Indian campaigns, running cattle to Abilene, Kansas, and to eastern Nevada, and ranching near Fallon, Nevada.
Donald Drake is a history enthusiast and researcher. The collection includes transcribed newspaper articles collected from various historical sources regarding flumes, logging, fires, the Comstock, earthquakes, storms, and other historical events that have taken place in northern Nevada since the 1850s.
Includes reasons for proposal, general legal principles applicable to the creation of the county, and a county-by-county history of the creation, alteration, and division of Nevada counties. The collection contains material from 1974.
Biographical essay about Selina Walker Hammond, 1841-1921, a Mormon who pioneered in the Eagle Valley of southern Nevada with her husband John.