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  • [[Image:Entering Carson City.jpg|thumb|400 px]] ...nd events of Carson City, as well as surrounding communities such as the [[Carson Valley]], [[The Comstock]], [[Dayton]], [[Mound House]], and the [[Washoe V
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  • ...Carson River]], which in turn was named for outdoorsman and explorer [[Kit Carson]]. ...ories, some true, some fiction, some a mixture of both, go to the [[Carson City Stories]] page.
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  • ...arriving in Nevada, buying the [[Eagle Ranch]], and establishing [[Carson City]].'' Eagle Valley was not as attractive as Carson Valley. As far as the eye could see there was nothing but scrubby stands of
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  • ...n City Mint]], and building contractor for some of the town's most notable buildings. ==Beginnings of Carson City==
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  • ...com/article/20060201/COMMUNITY02/11127003 Capitol building heart of Carson City] - tahoe.com [[Category:Carson City Historic Buildings]][[Category:Carson City Buildings]][[Category:Stubs]]
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  • ...ys of Carson City, Nevada. Money was more plentiful than mosquitoes on the Carson River; gambling was as ...f back to himself; and there was not another bull-and-bear fight in Carson City for three weeks.
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  • The Ormsby House is a hotel/casino located in [[Carson City]]. It was first opened in 1972. It was closed in 1993 due to bankruptcy pro [[Category:Carson City Buildings]][[Category:Stubs]]
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  • ...use was the first hotel in [[Carson City]], built in 1860 at the corner of Carson and Second Streets. It was built by [[Major William Ormsby]], who died soon [[Category:Carson City Buildings]][[Category:Stubs]]
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  • ...northeast corner of Carson and Telegraph streets; the address is 401 North Carson Street. This imposing structure represents the first federal office buildin Located at 401 N. Carson Street, next door to the [[Carson Nugget]] and across the street from [[Cactus Jack's]], it is currently hous
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  • ...Mint, creating coins out of the silver that was being mined at [[Virginia City]]. In 1899 it was downgraded to a federal assay office, and in 1941 was sol * 1866 - Ground breaking for construction of the mint in Carson City
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  • ...they claimed was obsolete, and the construction on the site of four office buildings surrounding a central quad. ...-war, concrete-and-glass design doesn't fit in at all with the other stone buildings in the Capitol complex, and several legislators have called for it to be to
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  • ...in Nevada's history, and it took place in what at the time was the largest city in the state. ==Buildings Destroyed==
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  • This marker is located in Carson City, in front of the [[Paul Laxalt State Building]]. One of several buildings of identical architecture built throughout the country during the Victorian
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  • [[Image:Historical Marker 250.jpg|thumb|Historical Marker 250, in Carson City|400px]] This marker is located in [[Carson City]], at the [[Capitol Plaza]]. It is attached to the wall of the [[Old State
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  • ...town. The book is currently out of print, but can be found at the [[Carson City Public Library]], the [[Nevada State Library and Archives]] ...son-City-Nevadas-capital-city/dp/0922082022/ Carson City: Nevada's Capital City on Amazon.com]
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  • ...the governor of Nevada. It is located at 600 Mountain Street, in [[Carson City]]. It is currently occupied by Governor Jim Gibbons and his family. ...vention Bureau: [http://www.carson-city.org/history/buildings.php Historic Buildings]
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  • ...the southwest corner of Third and Carson streets; the address is 302 South Carson Street. It was built in 1862 as two separate establishments that were later ...nd commodious first-class house in Carson," and "the pleasantest resort in Carson and where everything kept by the bar is the best quality."
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  • The '''Wungnema House''' is a stone house in [[Mills Park]] in [[Carson City]]. * http://www.carson-city.nv.us/Index.aspx?page=1246
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  • The '''Abraham Curry House''' is a historic home in [[Carson City]]. It is located at 406 N. Nevada Street, at the corner of Nevada and Teleg ...of the valley, built buildings out of its sandstone, and within six years Carson was the capital of the new State of Nevada.
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  • ...own in October 2005. Now the site is used as parking for the nearby office buildings. * [http://www.carson-city.nv.us/Index.aspx?page=971 Carson City Fire Department History: Page 5]
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