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    • An Oral History of Fourth Street and Prater Way through Reno and Sparks, Nevada

    • Businesswomen -- Nevada -- Biography; Businessmen -- Nevada -- Biography; Nevada -- History -- 20th century; Nevada -- Biography; Oral history -- Nevada; Reno (Nev.) -- History;
    • In 2011, the Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) initiated a comprehensive study of the entire Fourth Street-Prater Way corridor, intending to improve not only public transportation in the area, but safety and livability. The conjunction of...
    • Group - Maceros en Navarra

    • A pair of maceros (also known as beadles or sergeants-at-arms) taken during the festival of San Fermin (Sanfermines, Sanferminak), a martyr and one of the co-patrons of Pamplona, Navarre (Navarra), Spain. Maceros and the maces they carry with them...
    • People at the Portal de San Nicolás

    • The Portal de San Nicolás is a Baroque-style stone arch built in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain in 1666. It is one of six gates built during the city's time as a star fortress and staging area for conflicts with France. Before its original location was...
    • A Candle in the Night: Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, 1967-2007

    • Douglass, William A; University of Nevada, Reno. Center for Basque Studies – History; Basque Americans -- West (U.S.)
    • 1967 a small Basque studies program was established within the Social Sciences Division of the University of Nevada's Desert Research Institute. As originally conceived, the program's purpose was to study the Basques (who were historically the...
    • Water Rights

    • Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.) -- Water diversion; Truckee River (Calif. and Nev.) -- Water rights; Truckee River Watershed (Calif. and Nev.); Water rights--Nevada;
    • Because the Truckee River arises in one state and ends in another, because it is the main source of municipal water for two cities, because it has served as irrigation water for thousands of acres of agricultural land in the Truckee Meadows and...
    • Heraldry/heraldica - Olite

    • Variation of the arms (escudo) of the city of Olite. A golden crown above an olive tree flanked by two golden towers/castles on a silver field. The border is red with the golden chains of Navarre. Trae de Plata y un olivo de sínople coronado de...
    • Place - Puente de la Rochapea

    • Photo of the Puente de la Rochapea, the bridge that crosses over the Arga (or, historically, Runa) river, in Pamplona, Spain. Rochapea was established by gardners who worked outside of the city walls and is the second oldest neighborhood in...
    • Woman at the Portal of France

    • A woman rides a mule or small horse past the Portal of France/Zumalacárregui (Portal de Francia o de Zumalacárregui) in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain. This is one of and the oldest of six sections of gates that still remain from Pamplona's time as a...
    • Women walking toward the Portal of France

    • Women walking toward the Portal of France/Zumalacárregui (Portal de Francia o de Zumalacárregui) in Pamplona, Navarre, Spain. This is one of and the oldest of six sections of gates that still remain from Pamplona's time as a fortification. It was...
    • Wooden furniture

    • Wooden furniture with carvings of liburus and hearts. Monsieur et Madame Manuel Iturralde sont heureux de vous faire part du mariage de leur fille Maria Del Carmen, avec Monsieur Miguel Muñoa Carresson. Monsieur Gabino Muñoa, Consul des Pays-Bas...
    • Proceedings of the Nevada Newspaper Conference

    • Nevada -- Newspapers; Nevada -- Newspapers -- History
    • On June 7, 1985, the Special Collections Department of the University of Nevada, Reno held a conference entitled, "Nevada's Newspapers: A Historical Legacy." The conference, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, was a component of...
    • Rose and Ciriaco Herrera: Life in Eureka, 1920s-1950s

    • Eureka (Nev.) -- Social life and customs; Eureka (Nev.) -- Biography; Eureka (Nev.) -- Ethnic relations
    • In the center of Nevada, seventy miles due east of Austin, lies the town of Eureka, which takes its name from the Greek exclamation, "I have found it!" Founded in 1869 on the site of an important silver and lead discovery, Eureka boasted 10,000...


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