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Delamar, Nevada

by Donald Thomas Clark
Clark, Donald Thomas (Main Author)
Journal Article
English
p. 4-20 : ill., maps, ports.

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The town of Delamar was founded in 1893. The Delamar post office was approved August 6, 1894 and operated until June 15, 1914. It was reopened March 1, 1933 and closed permanently February 28, 1941. The article includes other areas that have Delamar as a place name. Other names in the vicinity of Delamar, Nevada are included in the article.

Includes an index to people and businesses in Delamar, Nevada.

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Western places : a chronicle of western settlement - v. 1 (1992) - v. 1, no. 3 (Sept. 1992)

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