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Built in 1922 by the Pincolini brothers Joseph, Adelvaldo, Evaristo and Dante. Listed in the National Register of Historical Places, it served the community well for eighty four years. Destroyed by fire on October 31, 2006 In remembrance …
This large carpenter-gothic style structure, completed about 1864, was the ranch home of Theodore and Maggie Winters and their seven children. Originally this area was settled by Mormons, and the ranch was purchased from Mormons by Winters and his…
This is Rancho del Sierra, home of the Winters family from 1858 to 1953. The estate once covered six thousand acres of the surrounding property and included an orchard, horse race track and extensive livestock herds. The house was built by Theodor…
Orson Hyde, probate judge of Carson County, Utah Territory, founded Franktown in the Wassau (Washoe) Valley in 1855. A sawmill became an important enterprise in furnishing timber to the Comstock mines after 1859. The Dall Mill, a quartz mill of…
Glendale, as a settlement, preceded Reno and was destined to be the metropolis on the Truckee River until the Central Pacific Railroad was induced to bypass the community for a station at Lake's Crossing (Reno). E. C. Sessions, the first teache…
Galena had a dual personality. It was developed in 1860 as a mining property by R. S. and Andrew Hatch. The Hatch brothers' quartz mill and smelter were among the earliest erected on this side of the Sierras. The gold float from the local mines co…
In 1890 General O.M. Mitchel Post #69, Grand Army of the Republic, bought 17 lots in the original Hillside Cemetery for the last resting place for comrades-in-arms during the Civil War, 1861-1865. While friends and relatives of the soldiers mai…
Co-Founder of Goldfield, Nevada "The Greatest Gold Camp On Earth"
Co-Founder of Goldfield, Nevada "The Greatest Gold Camp On Earth"
Austin Cemetery 1863 Has Been Placed On The National Register Of Historic Places By The United StatesDepartment Of The Interior & Austin Historical Society 2003
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