Historical Markers in
Storey County, Nevada

601's African Americans and the Boston Saloon African Americans And The Boston Saloon Assay Office and Justice Court Bank of California Banner Brothers Building BOB Bonner Shaft of the Gould & Curry Mine C & C Mining Works C. J. Prescott House Captain Edward Faris Storey Chinatown Chinatown Chollar Mine Chollar – Potosi Mining Co. Col. Morris Pinschower Building Combination Shaft Consolidated Virginia & California Pan Mill E Clampus Vitus Building Eagle Engine Co. No.3 Engineering Marvels on the Comstock First Presbyterian Church Fort Homestead, Gold Hill, Nevada Founders of Julia C. Bulette Chapter Fourth Ward School Frank Bell Gold Hill Gold Hill Brewery Gold Hill Hotel Gold Hill Millionaires Gould & Curry Offices Hale & Norcross Mining Co. I.O.O.F. Monument In Memory of Julia C. Bulette John Pearson John William Mackay John “Snowshoe” Thompson / James T. Fennimore Liberty Engine Co. No.1 Liberty Engine Company No. 1 Life in Virginia City on the Comstock Lode Lousetown Mackay Mansion Mackay Mansion Mark Twain Mary Jane Simpson Maynard Block Michelson Residence Old Geiger Grade Old Miners Union Hall Ophir Grade Piper’s Opera House Red Dog Saloon Red Light District Savage Mansion (c. 1861) Savage Mining Co. Ships of the Nevada Desert Silver Terrace Cemeteries Site of International Hotels St. Mary Louise Hospital St. Mary's in the Mountains Storey County Courthouse The Big Bonanza The Comstock Lode The Comstock Trail and History Kiosk The Crystal Bar The Delta The Fourth Ward School The Glory of Solidarity and Fraternity The Great Fire of 1875 The Great Fire of 1875 The Jewish Cemetery - Virginia City 1862 The Millionaires Club The Nevada Bank of San Francisco The Pioneer Church The Piper - Beebe House The Storey County Jail The Territorial Enterprise The Union Brewery The Yellow Jacket Mine Fire V & T Car No. 13 V & T, 1869 - 1950 Veterans Day November 11th 1995 Virginia & Gold Hill Water Company Virginia and Truckee Railroad Virginia City Washoe Engine Co. No.4 William Sharon William Wright aka Dan De Quille Young America Engine Co. No. 2 “Sixty-Two” Building