Nevada County Historical Society, 2002 - History - 95 pages
History of the Gold Rush town of Nevada City, California from 1850 to 2002. Includes information about Native Americans, Chinese, gold mining, railroads, newspapers, fires, entertainment, industry, government, churches, and fraternal organizations. Brief biographies of 40 pioneers.
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Early Government and the Judicial System
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