Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park (Nev.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Nevada mining corporation organized in 1897; head office moved to New York 1942; company dissolved 1971. Company was largely owned by the Anson Phelps Stokes family which operated mining, transportation, and banking enterprises in Nevada and eastern California. Part of the company's property near Berlin, NV as purchased by the State for Ichthyosaurus State Park. The collection includes: Minutes, articles of incorporation, bylaws, stock certificates, legal records, litigation records, financial...
Abstract Papers collected or created by Wheat in her professions as an ethnologist and geologist, her involvement in Nevada State Parks, and during her work of making oral histories of elder Paiute Tribal members. Of special note are files on Ichthyosaur State Park and Dr. Charles L. Camp; controversies within the State Park Commission; Northern Paiute linguistics; a scrapbook compiled by J. D. Oliver as Superintendent of the Nevada Indian School; Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins; Jack Wilson (Wovoka); Edward...