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  • ...move ore from tailing piles in the foothills to a company stamp mill in [[Dayton]]. It started as a horse-drawn railway, then later upgraded to steam locomo ...went from Old Town Dayton to the Carson Valley Mill, which was located in Dayton Valley in the vicinity of the present-day Mark Twain neighborhood.
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  • ...surrounding communities such as the [[Carson Valley]], [[The Comstock]], [[Dayton]], [[Mound House]], and the [[Washoe Valley]].
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  • ...ted that a townsite be surveyed. Benjamin Green was sent to Chinatown (now Dayton), a few miles distant, to secure the services of a former Placerville resid
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  • ...to cross the Sierra, they camped on the Carson river in the vicinity of [[Dayton, Nevada]], to wait for the mountain snow to melt. They soon found gold alo ...The '''Sutro Tunnel''' was completed from the valley near [[Dayton, Nevada|Dayton]] through nearly four miles of solid rock to meet the Comstock mines approx
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  • ...y that they are said to have rattled crockery and glassware in the town of Dayton, five miles distant. In all directions and on all the streets the people we
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  • |''[[V&T Locomotive No 18: Dayton|Dayton]]''
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  • ...ilt in [[Gold Canyon]] and [[Six Mile Canyon]], in [[Washoe Valley]], at [[Dayton]]--and on the [[Carson River]] which offered the most abundant source of wa
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  • ...aves the valley to the northeast, heading on to the [[Eagle Valley]] and [[Dayton Valley]]. ...ing to Thompson and West's 1881 History of Nevada, p. 492, the area around Dayton was considered the "Carson Valley bottom" and extended all the way to Fort
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  • The Quilici-Selmi Ranch is a historic ranch in the Dayton Valley. * http://www.nevadaappeal.com/article/20080516/DAYTON/726905029/
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  • ...empties approximately 6 miles southeast at the town of [[Sutro]] in the [[Dayton Valley]].
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  • * [[V&T Locomotive No 18: Dayton|V&T Locomotive #18]] ''The Dayton'' (not operational, on display in Virginia City)
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  • ...'' is a historic locomotive, the first and only locomotive to run on the [[Dayton, Sutro & Carson Valley Railroad]], also known as DS&CVRR. The locomotive wa ...painted his own name on the locomotive, and christened the rail line the [[Dayton, Sutro & Carson Valley Railroad]].
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  • ...move ore from tailing piles in the foothills to a company stamp mill in [[Dayton]]. It started as a horse-drawn railway, then later upgraded to steam locomo ...went from Old Town Dayton to the Carson Valley Mill, which was located in Dayton Valley in the vicinity of the present-day Mark Twain neighborhood.
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  • ...ll the other miners until then had stayed down in the valley, near where [[Dayton]] is now. Old Virginny followed a creek up into the hills, finding that the ...off a horse in [[Dayton]], causing fatal injuries. He was buried in the [[Dayton Cemetery|town cemetery]] soon after.
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  • ...hrough Carson City, then generally northeast past across Lyon County, past Dayton. In eastern Churchill County it is impounded by the Lahontan Dam to form th
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