We erect monuments to commemorate events from past Nevada history, especially concerning mining and underappreciated colorful figures.
Our Historical Society is completely funded by our various members-only, public events, and bacchanalia.
Firminia “The Copper Queen” Sarras
Fermina Sarras (1840-1915), who was born in Nicaragua, came to Nevada as a prospector in an age when ladies didn’t wear pants, let alone wander around the desert alone in search of veins of ore. But she was dressed for success: she struck it rich as the “Copper Queen,” and the town of Mina, Nevada, is named for her.READ MORE
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