Early Reno - Images of America - by Nevada Historical Society Docent Council
In 1868, Reno was a rough railroad town located on the new Central Pacific railroad line and quickly became the transportation hub for the greatest silver strike in the world, the Comstock Lode in Virginia City. Known as the "Biggest Little City", Reno was famous as a place where one could do things that werre difficult to do anywhere else.
Paperback: 128 pages.
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing