Nevada’s State Historical Markers
Online Marker Booklet Printable Marker Booklet (requires double-sided printing; 20 pages of 8.5"x11" paper folded flipped on the short side)
The State Historic Preservation Office thanks the Nevada Department of Transportation which has contributed considerable funding to maintain the markers for the last decade. You can help assist with this effort to update the website by notifying the office of missing or damaged markers at . Over the years, the State Historic Preservation Office has decommissioned some markers because vandalism persists at certain sites or because marking some locations no longer seems appropriate for various reasons.
PDFs of all Markers: List of all Markers by Number. List of Markers by County.
How to Use the Map: Every marker has a pinpoint shape. Click on the pinpoint and this will reveal some basic information about a marker including its name and text.
Not sure what you're looking for? You can also filter by county or city to check out what markers are located in your neighborhood or where you're planning to visit soon.
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