Historical Markers in
Douglas County, Nevada

A. F. Neidt House About Your Journey... Adaven Building Airtanker 130 Is Headed West Arendt Jensen Home Arendt Jensen Merchandise Boyd Toll Road Brockliss Road C.O.D. Garage Carson Trail - Entering Carson Valley Carson Trail - Hot Springs Carson Trail - Original Mormon Station Carson Trail - Upland Travel Carson Valley Clock Park Coventry Cross Episcopal Church Cradlebaugh Bridge Double Springs Douglas County Courthouse Douglas County World War II Memorial Douglas Lodge #12, F& AM Douglas Seminary Dresslerville East Fork Hotel Building Farmer’s Telephone Company First National Bank of Nevada Friday’s Added Station Garden Cemetery Gardnerville Branch Jail Genoa Genoa Church Genoa or “Mormon Station” of the Pony Express Glenbrook Grace Melissa Dangberg Hanging Tree Henry Beck House Hiram Mott J & T Basque Restaurant Building Jensen Mansion Jensen/Schacht House John A. “Snow-Shoe” Thompson John A. “Snowshoe” Thompson John A. “Snowshoe” Thompson John Dangberg House Judge Daniel Webster Virgin Kingsbury Grade Kinsey House Luther Canyon M. E. Fay House Minden Minden Dry Goods Minden Flour Milling Company Minden Park Minden's First Homesite Mormon Station Mormon Station - Genoa Mottsville Nevada's Birthplace Nevada’s First Newspaper Old Genoa Bar Old Mormon Station Originally – The Raycraft Dance Hall Perry's Dry Goods Record Courier Building Reed-Meneley Insurance Ritchford Hotel Second Farmer's Bank of Carson Valley Sharkey's Nugget Sheridan Sky Harbor Airport and Casino Spooner Area Spooner Summit St. Galls Catholic Church The Cary Mill The Demise of Sam Brown The French Hotel and Bar The General Store The Heidlberg The History of Sunset Park The Pink House The Pony Express The Pony Express The Territorial Enterprise & the Telegraph Twelve Mile House Walley's Hot Springs We Made It! The End of the Great Basin We Salute John “Snowshoe” Thompson / A Tribute From Three Lutheran Churches