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Cane Springs Nevada

Cane Springs Nevada

Cane Springs Nevada Overview

Cane Springs, also known as Amos, was a stage station for those who were traveling through the north part of Humboldt County, Nevada.

Not a lot can be found on this stage station but we will continue to research to see what we can find.

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Year Established/Founded

The 1870s (The earliest newspaper article I can find is August 16, 1866, and then there is a 5-year gap with the next being in 1871.)

Cane Springs Nevada History

This stage station included a hotel, salon, and a livery stable.

Post Office

Amos Post Offices

  • January 30, 1889 – April 18, 1890
  • March 22, 1898 – December 15, 1926

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Unknown at this time.

The Population of Cane Springs Nevada

Unknown at this time.



GPS Coordinates

41° 23′ 16.12″ N, 117° 48′ 24.58″ W

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