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My Nevada Five

My Nevada Five Series - "The Maps That Shaped Us"

By Su Kim Chung on May 2, 2014 4:59 PM | Permalink

The latest My Nevada 5 article for UNLV News by Special Collections staff - this time it's Peter Michel, Head of Exhibits, with "The Maps That Shaped Us" which showcases five historic maps from our collections that are key in illustrating the historical development of Nevada.

In the My Nevada 5 series for UNLV News, UNLV faculty, students, and alumni share the bits of state history and culture that intrigue them. A number of these articles have been drawn from the historical collections housed in the UNLV Libraries Special Collections.

My Nevada Five Series - "Five Days That Changed the Gaming World"

By Su Kim Chung on April 9, 2014 12:00 AM | Permalink

The latest My Nevada 5 article for UNLV News by Special Collections staff - this time it's Dave Schwartz, Director of the Center for Gaming Research, reflecting on five important days that changed the gaming world!

In the My Nevada 5 series for UNLV News, UNLV faculty, students, and alumni share the bits of state history and culture that intrigue them. A number of these articles have been drawn from the historical collections housed in UNLV Libraries Special Collections.

My Nevada Five Series - "The Black Pioneers Who Helped Tame Virginia City"

By Su Kim Chung on February 19, 2014 12:00 AM | Permalink

The latest My Nevada 5 article for UNLV News by Special Collections staff - this time it's Claytee White, Director of the Oral History Research Center,  with "The Black Pioneers Who Helped Tame Virginia City" which focuses on the black migrants who were part of a surprisingly diverse mixture of citizens in the fabled Nevada city during its 19th century heyday.

In the My Nevada 5 series for UNLV News, UNLV faculty, students, and alumni share the bits of state history and culture that intrigue them. A number of these articles have been drawn from the historical collections housed in the UNLV Libraries Special Collections.