White Pine County NV Historical Populated Places


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 48 of 48 records
Name USGS Topo Map
Aurum Silver Canyon
Babylon Mount Hamilton
Barnes Badger Hole Spring
Bassett North Schell Peak
Black Horse Sacramento Pass
Broadway Ferber Peak SE
Centerville Silver Canyon
Cleveland Yelland Dry Lake
Cooper Majors Place
Egan Egan Canyon
Glencoe Blue Mass Canyon
Greenville Treasure Hill
Hobson Sherman Mountain
Hunter Telegraph Peak
Illipah Illipah
Joy Big Bald Mountain
Kent Duck Creek Valley
McCoy South Schell Peak
Melvin Monte Neva Hot Springs
Menken Treasure Hill
Muncy Kalamazoo Creek
Newark Diamond Peak
Parker Skinner Canyon
Picotillo Treasure Hill
Pinto Silverado Mountain
Pleasant Valley Skinner Canyon
Regan Tippett Canyon
Robinson North Schell Peak
Ruby Hill Mattier Creek
Ruth Ruth
San Pedro Windy Peak
Seligman Seligman Canyon
Siegel Silver Canyon
Simonsen Cold Creek Ranch
Stockville Badger Hole Spring
Strawberry Rattlesnake Mountain
Sunshine Camp Ruth
Swansea Mount Hamilton
Taft Yelland Dry Lake
Tamerlane Comins Lake
Taylor Connors Pass
Treasure City Treasure Hill
Tungstonia Blue Mass Canyon
Uvada Skinner Canyon
Veteran Riepetown
Ward Ward Charcoal Ovens
White Pine City Treasure Hill
Yelland Yelland Dry Lake
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