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Uvada Nevada

Uvada Nevada

Uvada Nevada Overview

Uvada was a railroad siding, post office town, and had nearby mines in the Eagle Mining District in White Pine County, Nevada.

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Year Established/Founded

Unknown at this time but assuming late 1800 based on newspaper articles found mentioning the “Stateline terminus.”

Uvada Nevada History

The word “Uvada” is a portmanteau for Utah and Nevada, which is when you blend two words into one. There was also a resident is White Pine County with the name Uvada too… coincidence?

The Uvada Ranch is a few miles north of “the populated area,” which is closer to the Nevada and Utah state line.


  • May 9, 1928 – The post office opened
  • October 23, 1931 – Gustave Henriod  appointed postmaster
  • June 30, 1944 – The post office closed and moved to Gold Hill, Utah.




Unknown at this time

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Post Office

May 9, 1928 – June 30, 1944


  • Gustave Henriod October 23, 1931 Uvada

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The Population of Uvada Nevada

Unknown at this time




On the Nevada / Utah border.

GPS Coordinates

39° 40′ 15.79″ N, 114° 3′ 1.99″ W

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Photos and Videos

None at this time.

References Used

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Uvada Nevada

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