Encyclopedia Britannica Discover American: Nevada the Silver State   Nevada celebrates the people and culture with beautiful images and engaging facts as well as describing the history, industry, environment, and sports that make this state unique.
  My Nevada State Project is Due Tomorrow, Help!  
  Nevada - America the Beautiful  
  Nevada History  Nevada history spans 12,000 years of Native Americans, Europeans, and the first settlement at Genoa. Learn about Nevada’s mining and gambling industries, the transition from U.S territory to statehood, and the people who shaped Nevada's history.


  Famous Nevadans  A variety of resources to find out about famous Nevadans.

Biographies - African-Americans

  James Pierson Beckworth  an African American who played a major role in the early exploration and settlement of the American West.

Biographies - Native Americans

  A History of Native Nevadans through Photography  
  Sarah Winnemucca  
  The Death of Indian Johnny  

Biographies - Women

  Famous Nevada Women  Biographies of famous Nevada women compiled by The Nevada Women’s History Project.
  Nevada's First Ladies  


  Nevada Historical Myths  

Native Americans

  Nevada Native Americans  

Nevada Facts

  Nevada the Silver State  Take journey to Nevada. Beautiful full-color photographs and entertaining but informative text share this state's rich silver mining history and natural wonders. Fact sheets allow for quick reference.
  Nevada's State Symbols  Here's the information you need for the Nevada Symbols homework!

Nevada History

  Discover Nevada History  The best source for Nevada information!
  Nevada  Nevada information, from the Library of Congress
  Nevada Kid's Page  Totally cool stuff about Nevada. Who are our government representatives? Nevada History. Cool facts. Pictures! And more!
  Nevada Past and Present  Explore Nevada's history, economy, and people, focusing on how the present compares with the past.
  Online Nevada Encyclopedia  This multimedia encyclopedia offers articles on Nevada's history and peoples, natural history, arts and culture and business and the economy.