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Old Mormon Station

Old Mormon Station

Photographer: Unknown

Source: Facebook: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984

Tags: genoa, oldmormonstation,

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The Old Mormon Station, located in Genoa. This trading post was the first permanent settlement in Nevada. The original building burned in 1910. A replica was built in 1947.


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Date Uploaded: August 5, 2021

Permanent Link: http://wnhpc.com/details/fb5691890277548232

Contributor: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984 on Facebook

Source: Facebook: Nevada Armored Transport, Inc. 1946-1984

Source URL: https://www.facebook.com/NevadaArmoredTransport/posts/5691909827546277

Source Caption: Postcard photo of the Genoa Trading Post, Genoa, Nevada (undated). Unknown photographer. In June 1850, H.S. Beatie & fellow Mormons built a roofless log enclosure & corral as a trading post near a small stream. Emigrants could obtain clothing, tobacco, meat, canned goods, coffee, beans, sugar, flour, & bacon. The post was abandoned later that year.

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