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    • The Sagebrush Rebellion in Nevada

    • Land use--Nevada; Land use--West (U.S.); Public lands--Nevada; Public lands--West (U.S.);
    • The now famous grassroots rebellion against Washington's control over vast stretches of western land, termed the Sagebrush Rebellion, was conceived in reaction to a series of federal laws issued in the late 1970s, thousands of miles away from those...
    • Earl Wooster: Memoirs of a Nevada Educator

    • Educators -- Nevada -- Biography Education -- Nevada -- History
    • Earl Wooster, born in Oregon in 1893, spent his early years in California. He attended the University of Nevada and prepared himself to become a teacher. Wooster's educational career, which began in Fallon, Nevada, spanned more than forty years. ...
    • Andrew Ginocchio: The Ascent of Reno Iron Works

    • Reno Iron Works; Industries -- Nevada -- Reno -- History
    • Andrew Ginocchio was born in the northern Italian community of Comuneglia di Ligure on June 29, 1893. His father, Giovanni Ginocchio, traveled to the United States in 1864 at the age of eighteen, and found work in San Francisco with the Central...
    • Lincoln Hall, 2008

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896);
    • A weathervane sits atop the cupola of Lincoln Hall with snow-covered Slide Mountain and Mt. Rose Ski Resort visible in the background. Lincoln Hall was built as an all-male dormitory built to house 100 students in 1896 and maintained its status as...
    • Lincoln Hall and Hospital Building/Infirmary, 1912

    • 335X Hospital (Building, 1902-1960); 376C Lincoln Hall (1896)
    • This view shows Lincoln Hall and the Hospital Building with the caption on the image reading, "l. to r. Lincoln Hall and Hospital U. of Nevada" (photographic print, 4.5 x 5.75 inches). Lincoln Hall was built as an all-male dormitory built to house...
    • Lincoln Hall, Frandsen Humanities, and Manzanita Lake, 1944

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 414 Manzanita Lake; 328 Frandsen Humanities / formerly the Agriculture Building (built 1918);
    • Manzanita Lake calmly sits in front of Lincoln Hall with Frandsen Humanities visible to the right of the photograph. Manzanita Lake was made by damning up the irrigation "Orr Ditch" that still runs through parts of the university today. ...
    • Lincoln Hall and Manzanita Lake, ca.1896

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 414 Manzanita Lake;
    • Lincoln Hall is viewed from across Manzanita Lake. Lincoln Hall was the first men's dormitory built at the university. Prior to it's opening in 1896, male students slept up to four students to a bed on the top floor of the Mechanical Arts...
    • Lincoln Hall, ca. 1896

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896);
    • Lincoln Hall, the first men's dormitory built at the university, is photographed here with a wooden boardwalk leading through grassy areas up to the entrance. Prior to it's opening in 1896, male students slept up to four students to a bed on the...
    • Lincoln Hall, Hospital Building,and ROTC Barracks, ca. 1930

    • 376C Lincoln Hall (1896); 316X R.O.T.C Barracks (1917-1942, destroyed by fire) / originally temporary WWI army barracks; 335X Hospital (Building, 1902-1960);
    • Lincoln Hall is viewed from the southwest where Virginia St. stands today with the Hospital Building to the right and the ROTC Barracks to the left (photographic print, 2 x 3 inches). Lincoln Hall was built as an all-male dormitory in 1896 and...

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