Old Heart of Nevada: Ghost Towns and Mining Camps of Elko County
This text is a guide to the historic sites in the colourful northeast of Nevada. Divided into five easily accessible regions of Elko County, it lists the historic sites within each region, providing directions to reach them, and offers a brief history of each site.
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