Women pioneers -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Anecdotal history, partially from recollection, accompanied by a slightly variant sketch. The collection contains material from 1910 created Fannie Gore Hazlett.
Abstract Contains a history of Rochester, Nevada; a city directory of Rochester compiled by Emminger, stories about such Nevada residents as Libby Molan, the little old lady of the mountain, and Jack Longstreet; and a biography of Emminger's father-in-law, , Louis C. Hartsough which also includes reminiscences of Emminger's careers.
Abstract List of expenses for an overland journey from the east (Millwood) to Denver City, in 1858, and a deed of sale for hay from the Carbell Ranch to Joseph Jones (1894).
Dates: 1858, 1894
Abstract Radio script by Charle Varble, "Passage Through To California: Drama From Diaries and Letters of Pioneer Women Who Passed Through Nevada Between 1849 and 1853", and related material. Created in 1986.