Midas, Nevada

by Alan H. Patera
Patera, Alan H. (Main Author)
Journal Article
p. 5-25 : ill., map, ports.


The town was officially called Midas in November 1907 when the town acquired a post office. The town lost its post office 30 September 1942. It still endures with a few buildings.

Includes index of people and businesses known to have operated at Midas from 1907-1910.



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Western places : a chronicle of western settlement - v. 1 (1992) - v. 1, no. 1 (Feb. 1992)

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