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Nevada sixteen national banks and their mining camps

M. Owen Warns

Nevada sixteen national banks and their mining camps

by M. Owen Warns

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Published by Society of Paper Money Collectors in Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nevada.
    • Subjects:
    • National banks (United States),
    • National bank notes -- Nevada.,
    • Mines and mineral resources -- Nevada.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Statement[by Melvin Owen Warns].
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHG2555 .W2
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 390 p. :
      Number of Pages390
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5110316M
      LC Control Number74182833

        First National Bank of Ely had $49, outstanding in notes in and Ely National Bank had $43, outstanding. In large-size notes for the Reno Farmers and Merchants Bank, there is a $10 and a $ For the Reno National Bank there are three $50 and a $, some signed by Nevada mining financier and historical figure George Wingfield. In. Nevada Ghost Towns & Mining Camps Illustrated Atlas (Book): Paher, Stanley W. Nevada Ghost Towns & Mining Camps Illustrated Atlas (Book): Paher, Stanley W. Ma until further notice. Wi-Fi is available in all library parking lots.

      Pioneer History Pioneer developed from a primitive mining camp near the Mayflower, Pioneer, and other gold mines on the north side of the Bullfrog Hills. These mines were part of the Bullfrog Mining District, which included mines on the south side of the hills in places like Rhyolite and Bullfrog. First National Bank of Ely had $49, outstanding in notes in and Ely National Bank had $43, outstanding. In large notes for the Reno Farmers and Merchants Bank, there is a $10 and a $ For the Reno National Bank there are three $50 and a $, some signed by Nevada mining financier and historical figure George Wingfield.

      According to Richard E. Lingenfelter and his book about Death Valley, in about 4, people lived in the city. Only one year later, the population grew to 8, and quickly to 10, The most prominent of all the buildings in Rhyolite was the John S. Cook and Co. Bank located on Golden Street. Photo courtesy of Death Valley National Monument Library, Neg # Even the panic of , which some would call a depression, did little to dampen the spirits of Bullfrogers. Newspapers noted, almost with wonder, that the panic seemed to affect the Bullfrog district much less than it did other mining camps in Nevada and California.


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