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Camp Gregory Nevada

Camp Gregory Nevada

Camp Gregory Nevada Overview

Camp Gregory was a mining camp in Churchill County, Nevada.

Also known as Dead Camel Mountains area.

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Year Established/Founded


Camp Gregory Nevada History

Named for one of the locators, Benjamin Franklin “Frank” Gregory, was born in Indiana and moved to Nevada from Colorado with his wife and oldest son.




Gold, silver, mercury, diatomite

Post Office


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The Population of Camp Gregory Nevada

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The district is located about 11 miles southwest of Fallon, along the southwestern edge of Lahontan Valley, and includes the northeastern part of the Dead Camel Mountains in the vicinity of Red Mountain. Camp Gregory was located on the northeastern edge of the mountains.

GPS Coordinates

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References Used

  • Tingley, Joseph V., Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Report 47 – Mining Districts of Nevada, page 47

Camp Gregory Nevada