The list of National Historic Landmarks in Nevada contains the landmarks designated by the U.S. Federal Government for the U.S. state of Nevada. The U.S. National Historic Landmark program is operated under the auspices of the National Park Service and recognizes structures, districts, objects, and similar resources nationwide according to a list of criteria of national significance. Nevada is home to 8 of these landmarks, highlighting Nevada’s frontier heritage and other themes. (Source – Wikipedia)
Below are the National Historic Landmarks in Nevada:
Fort Churchill’s construction began on July 20, 1860, and was completed in 1861.
It was designated a National Historic Landmark on November 5, 1961.
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USFWS / Public domain
Francis G. Newlands Home
National Park Service photograph, cropped. / Public domain
Over 20,000 vehicles drive across the Hoover Dam daily, which is over a million visitors a year!
Built during the Great Depression (1931 – 1936), the Hoover Dam was designated a National Historic Landmark on August 20, 1985.
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McKeen Motor Car #70
Nevada Northern Railway, East Ely Yards
Virginia City Historic District
Virginia City Historic District is a National Historic Landmark District that attracts over 2 million visitors per year. The district encompasses the former mining villages of Virginia City and Gold Hill, both in Storey County, as well as Dayton and Silver City, both to the south in adjacent Lyon County, Nevada, United States.
The Virginia City Historic District was designated a National Historic Landmark on 4 July 1961.
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