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by Laura Tennant When Dayton Intermediate School teacher Chris Koch asked the Historical Society of Dayton Valley to give a tour of the Dayton Museum to her 5th and 6th grade Gifted/ Accelerated students so they could create a museum, our members
Submitted CARSON CITY, Nevada – Adventure has long been a part of Michelle Roberts’ life – from a two-year stint in the Peace Corps in southeast Africa to circumnavigating the globe during a “semester at sea” to study cultures in Southeast Asia
Submitted CARSON CITY, Nevada – The construction of the Transcontinental Railroad is one of American’s milestone achievements, but it took a multinational workforce to get it done. Many are familiar with the Chinese immigrants who labored for the Central Pacific Railroad, but
by Laura Tennant Western Nevada’s first water rights wars began in this end of the state in the 1860s when farmers and mill owners on the Carson River battled over who had the legal right to use the river waters. The farmers
Tis’ the season and the Historical Society of Dayton Valley congratulated and honored volunteer members who have gone beyond the call of duty to help preserve Nevada and Dayton’s 169 years of history and its culture at the annual 2018 Christmas Awards