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In 1902 the discovery of an immense source of copper ore lead to the founding of Ruth. Its mining boom rivaled the bonanzas of precious metals on the western side of the state....

Known as the Mackay Mansion, this 1860s era home was actually built for the superintendent of the Gould and Curry Mine. John Mackay later bought the mine and the building....

Located near the petroglyphs of the Grimes Point National Recreational Trail, Picnic Cave’s tufa formations seem similar to the brain coral of an tropical reef....

Established in 1905, the First Presbyterian Church of Lamoille was in decline thirty years later. By the mid 1950s, attendance dwindling, the Nevada Presbytery dissolved the congregation....

The underground Gabbs test was planned for early 1993 at the Nevada Test Site, but it was cancelled when a moratorium on testing came into effect in October 1992....

On May 8, 1953, a B-50 bomber dropped a 27-kiloton nuclear device from 19,000 feet. Detonating at 2,323 feet, the bomb blew sections of the trestle from its foundation and bent the girders....