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The California Trail - Rush to Gold

The Comstock Lode

The Donner Party Tragedy

The Ghost of Armbruster Pike

Frank "Shorty" Harris - Single Blanket Jackass Prospector

Las Vegas, Nevada - Sin City, USA

High Roller or Kid In A Stroller - Las Vegas Has It All

Las Vegas Photo Gallery

The Death of Sheriff Tom Logan

Ghost Towns & Mining Camps

Bullfrog Mining District

People of the Bullfrong Mining District

Delamar - The Widow Maker

Death Valley Ghost Towns

Goldfield - Queen of the Mining Camps

Haunted Goldfield Hotel

Gold Point - Waxing & Waning Through Time

Goodsprings, - Still Kicking the Desert Dust

Nelson & Eldorado Canyon - Lawlessness on the Colorado River

Hell Dogs of Eldorado Canyon

Nevada Death Valley Ghost Towns

Rhyolite - Little More Than a Memory

Searchlight Lives On

Silver City and Gold Hill - Mining the Comstock Lode

Swindle at the Gold Bar Mine

Tybo - Plight of the Chinese

Virginia City and the Comstock Lode

History & Fascinating Facts of Lake Tahoe

A Midnight Adventure in Nevada

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Welcome to Nevada Legends

Whether its enjoying a concert in Las Vegas , visiting one of the many ghost towns, such as Rhyolite, Gold Point or Treasure City, or sailing on Lake Tahoe; Nevada is a playground for visitors.


You can ski in the winter at Mount Charleston, go climbing at Red Rock Canyon, golf at hundreds of courses, enjoy 24 state parks and 314 mountain ranges, and of course, gamble pretty much anywhere, if that's your fancy.


If you're not making your fortune at a gaming table, try your luck in finding any one of dozens of lost treasures said to still be buried in Nevada.


We are sure that you will enjoy the great state of Nevada.


Welcome to Legends of Nevada!



Along Highway 232 in Nevada

Along Highway 232 in Nevada, courtesy Nevada

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Nevada Postcards

Pioneers on the Nevada Frontier

Pony Express - Fasted Mail Across the West

Queho - Renegade Indian Outlaw

Quirky Nevada - Roadside Attractions

Goldwell Open Air Museum

M&M's World

Rhyolite Bottle Building

Stokes Castle in Austin, Nevada

Thunder Mountain Park

Tales of the Overland Stage

A Taste of Tahoe

Treasure Hunting in Nevada

Violence on the Nevada Frontier


Virginia City, Nevada

Virginia City's Main Street is lined with historic buildings,

Kathy Weiser, July, 2009.






A great BIG thank you to our readers and customers!Dave and Kathy, owners of Legends of America, and the only "employees" of this small business, want to send out a big Thank You to all of our readers and customers! It's your support of Legends' General Store and our Photo Shop that keeps us alive and continuing to provide our website content, newsletter, and blog for free. We also love your feedback on our guestbook  and the contributions to our pages that many of you provide.


We just can't tell you how much we appreciate you! Thanks a whole big bunch!


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