Mormon Station

State Historic Park - Nevada

Mormon Station State Historic Park is a state park in downtown Genoa, Nevada, interpreting the site of the first permanent nonnative settlement in Nevada. Mormon Station was originally settled by Mormon pioneers and served as a respite for travelers on the California Trail. The park features a replica of the 1851 trading post stockade that burned down in 1910. The replica trading post houses artifacts and exhibits about the station's history.

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Official Nevada State Highway Map. Published by the Nevada Department of Transportation (NVDOT).

Mormon Station SHP http://parks.nv.gov/parks/mormon-station https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mormon_Station_State_Historic_Park Mormon Station State Historic Park is a state park in downtown Genoa, Nevada, interpreting the site of the first permanent nonnative settlement in Nevada. Mormon Station was originally settled by Mormon pioneers and served as a respite for travelers on the California Trail. The park features a replica of the 1851 trading post stockade that burned down in 1910. The replica trading post houses artifacts and exhibits about the station's history.

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