Lost Carson City

The History Press
  • erschienen am 25. Juni 2018
  • |
  • 137 Seiten
978-1-4396-6445-2 (ISBN)
Carson City has the distinction of being one of the least populated state capitals in the nation, but its contributions to Nevada's history are anything but diminutive. Set against the backdrop of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, it's a quintessential Wild West town. The gold and silver riches of the nearby Comstock Lode left a legacy that includes the Carson City Mint, one of only nine mints ever to exist in the United States, and the Virginia & Truckee Railroad, which still snakes through the hills. Residents once flocked to the Carson Opera House to take in a show and to the local racetrack to bet on the horses. Author Peter B. Mires explores the city's legacies, brick by locally quarried sandstone brick.
  • Englisch
  • Chicago
  • |
  • USA
Arcadia Publishing Inc.
978-1-4396-6445-2 (9781439664452)
1439664455 (1439664455)
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  • Intro
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgements
  • Introduction
  • I. Carson City Begins
  • Sagebrush to State Capital
  • Sandstone, Lumber and Brick
  • II. Places
  • East Meets West in Chinatown
  • Carson's Red-Light District
  • Parks and Recreation
  • III. Buildings
  • Worth a Mint
  • Arts and Entertainment
  • IV. People
  • Carson's First People: The Washoe
  • From Great Britain to the Great Basin
  • Literary Carson City
  • The Teacher, the Inventor and the Scientist
  • V. Events
  • Carson City Has Its Faults
  • Nevada Day and Halloween
  • VI. Corridors
  • The Virginia and Truckee Railroad
  • Pony Express and Lincoln Highway
  • The Streets of Carson
  • VII. Carson City Continues
  • The City-County
  • The Changing Landscape
  • Epilogue
  • Resources
  • Selected Bibliography
  • About the Author

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