University of Nevada Press


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People Who Changed the World
Throughout history, Basque men and women have made contributions in navigation, education, science, fashion, politics, and many other fields.... more

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A Spiritual Geography of the Great Basin
Believing in Place is the personal testimony of a scientist who discovers the divine in the land he has studied for decades.... more

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This is the second book in a series of detailed guidebooks covering all the best “life-list” backpacking vacations in the spectacular backcountry of the American West.... more

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A Cultural Ecological History of an Arizona Ranching Community
In The Blue and the Green, anthropologist Jack Stauder analyzes how large-scale political, social, and environmental processes have transformed ranching and rural life in the West.... more

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Italian Immigrants in Eureka, Nevada, and the Fish Creek Massacre
Charcoal and Blood is a detailed account of a heinous crime perpetrated on Italian immigrants engaged in the production of charcoal on Nevada’s mining frontier at the close of the nineteenth century.... more

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This book is an account of how water rights were designed as a key part of the state’s largest public water system, the Central Valley Project.... more

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The Gambler’s Apprentice tells the story of a teenage boy growing up in Texas during desperate times.... more

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The History of the Riverside Hotel and the Virginia Street Bridge
Over 157 years ago—before there was a Reno, Nevada; before there was a state of Nevada; and even before there was a Nevada Territory—... more