Where is Nevada?
Nevada is in the southwestern part of the US.
In the western US.
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In the western US.
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When Utah and Nevada split the territory, the original territorialname of "Sierra Nevada" was shortened to the current name ofNevada, the Spanish word meaning "snowy range", " snow-capped" or"snow-clad." Even though Nevada is the driest state, explorers based its name onthe prominent mountains, the …Sierra Nevada range. They paid littleattention to the weather in other remote parts of the state. Nevada is named after the Sierra Nevada mountain range. The wordNevada is of Spanish origin and means snow-covered or snowy. Themountains of Nevada get a lot of snow every year. (MORE)
" Silver State ." Nevada has a very strong mining industry. Silver deposit were veryrich until the 1900's. Mining declined for a while, gold is now themost abundant. That is why the nickname for Nevada is the" Silver State . " The official slogan " The Battle Born State " adoptedon March 26, 1…937, reflects the fact that Nevada became a state in1864 during the Civil War. (MORE)
The Sierra Nevada Mountains are located in California, they touch the bottom southwest tip of Nevada.
Nevada is a US state in the western US. It became a state on 31 October 1864. The capital is Carson City. It is 110,567 sq mi. The largest city is Las Vegas.
Nevada is in the Great Basin of the western United States. It has basin and range topography. The climate ranges from semi-desert (Las Vegas) to mountains (Elko). The average elevation is 5,000 feet. Nevada has winter with snow in the northern part of the state and over 100 degrees in the south part… of the state. (MORE)
Battle Born was selected because it entered the Union duringthe Civil War. The Silver State comes from the large silver deposits foundthere. The Sagebrush State was given because that plant iswidespread in Nevada.
Nevada's nickname is the Silver State. Nevada gets its nicknamefrom the silver rush that occurred there in the mid 1800s.
Some general classifications of geographical regions within the state of Nevada include the Great Basin (the heart of the state), Sierra Nevada (western side near Lake Tahoe), the Columbia Plateau (northern areas such as the most of the watershed of the Snake River), and the Mohave and Colorado Dese…rts (southern portions of the state). There are also distinct life zones based on elevation as in the classification of C. Hart Merriam for the Southwest. (MORE)
Nevada was named after Ã¢??Sierra NevadaÃ¢?? which is a Spanishfeminine word that means mountain in the range. Nevada is a statein the western region of the United States.
Harry Reid and Dean Heller, as of August 2014, are the two U.S.Senators from Nevada. Reid is a member of the Democratic Party, andHeller is a member of the Republican Party.
Statehood for Nevada was most strongly facilitated by President Abraham Lincoln to add silver riches to the Union during the Civil War. Even before the war, Lincoln had promoted adding Nevada as a free state to strengthen the Union. In a sense, perhaps the Civil War founded the state of Nevada - hen…ce the official Nevada slogan, "The Battle Born State" reflecting how the state was admitted to the Union in 1864 during the peak of the war. Another key influence on Congress for admittance was the Transcontinental Railroad extending across the territory and linking east and west. (MORE)
Carson City is the capital city ofNevada. Officially the city name is "Consolidated Municipality ofCarson City." The city is named after the mountain man KitCarson.
First of all: Who ARE the senators from Nevada? And they are Senator John Ensign (R) and Senator Harry Reid (D).
Nevada is one of the states in the United States of America. It islocated in the West Coast region and it borders with California.
110,560.67 square miles is the total area of Nevada according to the US Census Bureau web page ( see related links). Land area is 109,825.99 sq. milies. 110,567 square miles Nevada ranks 7th in size among the 50 states. The total area of Nevada is 110,561 sq mi (286,352 sq km), with land comprisi…ng 109,894 sq mi (284,624 sq km) and inland water covering 667 sq mi (1,728 sq km). Nevada extends 320 mi (515 km) E-W; the maximum N-S extension is 483 mi (777 km). 110,567 square miles. Nevada actually ranks 7th in size among the 50 states. (MORE)
They are famous for sliver and gold and that's why they are called the sliver state and they are also famous for gambling in las Vegas which is there biggest city and ive been there! :)
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i don't know i'm doing my state report right now and i have Nevada as my state >.
there are a lot of cities in Nevada such as Elko,Gerlach,Austin,Ely,Eureka,Las Vegas,Tonopah,Marietta,Virginia City and the state capital Carson City. prof provied by Google --Devyn Leal Gallego Elementry
Nevada was officially 'called' a territory in 1861. Nevada entered the Union as a state in Oct. 31, 1864 . It was the 36th state to enter the Union.
September 2, 1863 the voters of the territory approved of the concept of statehood by the overwhelming margin of 6,660 votes to only 1,502
Let me see if I can clarify the question a bit; is the question: What are the religions in Nevada? There are many religions in Nevada. In my understanding, Religion is man trying to relate to some god or another, but a relationship which comes through knowing Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior, is what… is know as Christianity. Probably, if you are religious, you will find your type of religion in Nevada. I have heard of many religions in Nevada, for example: Mormon Catholic Jehovah Witness Buddhism Hinduism Christian Science Muslim But my contention is this, what is the value of a religion which does not end give you Eternal Life? (MORE)
Nevada became the 36th state of the United States on October 31,1864. Before Nevada became a state, it was part of the NevadaTerritory that existed from March 2, 1861, until October 31, 1864.
It can get incredibly hot in the deserts of Nevada. It can get tobe up to 130 or more degrees Fahrenheit.
The Sierra Navadas are located around that little point where Nevada looks like it may be poking California. They range all around that area and even into California.
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There are two deserts in Nevada. Much of the state is covered bythe Great Basin Desert and the extreme southern part of Nevada isin the Mojave Desert.
\nPotatoes, onion, garlic, corn, apples, pears, peaches, cherries and alfalfa to name a few.\n. \nSource: http://nvfb.fb.org/nevag.htm
The Sierra Nevada snowy mountain rangeis a mountain range in the U.S. states of California and Nevada, between the California Central Valley and the Basin and Range Province. Sierra Nevada means snowy hill. The Nevada state has some land of the Sierra Nevada mountain.
Nevada was owned by France, as part of Alta, California, until the Mexican War of Independence brought it under Mexican control. The US gained the territory in 1848, following its victory in the Mexican-American War, and the area was eventually in corporated as part of Utah Territory in 1850. The di…scovery of silver at the Comstock Lode in 1859 led to a population boom that was an impetus to the creation of Nevada Territory out of in 1861. (MORE)
from the Spanish, first called Sierra Nevada meaning snowy range. Shortened to Nevada in 1861 separation from Utah
Nevada is a very fun state. From skiing and hiking to shopping and gambling, there is something for everyone. Stop by beautiful Lake Tahoe and enjoy nature, or head to Carson City and explore the state's capital city. Las Vegas offers novelties and excitement with its many casinos and themed hotels.… Nevada offers many ways to enjoy your vacation. (MORE)
Nevada was explored by native Americans and later by Jedediah Smith, Joseph Walker, Charles Fremont, Kit Carson, trappers of the Hudson Bay Company, and many others. in 1878, John Muir guided a party of the US Coast and Geodetic Survey measuring the Arc of the 39th Parallel across California, Nevada… and Utah using heliographs placed on high mountain peaks. (MORE)
The state of Nevada is diverse. It is perhaps best known for vast deserts in its basin-and-range geography, large-scale water development at Lake Mead, active gaming and entertainment industries, Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada, testing of atomic weapons and military stealth aircraft, somewhat uniqu…e laws for divorce and prostitution, no income tax, the Burning Man event, and several fast-growing cities including Las Vegas and Reno. Natural features commonly known in the state include wild horses and burros, Lehman Caves, Great Basin National Park, part of Death Valley National Park, and large alkali flats. in a way, perhaps the most commonly known thing about Nevada is a sense of mystery as to what is there of interest, but visitors are often surprised at what they find. (MORE)
the early settlement of Nevada where the E uropans, M ormans, H ispanics, M exican Americans, native A mericans, and C hinese. incorrect . I agree with the person who put incorrect
Not likely. Any Zoos nearby would probably have some, but wolves virtually disapeered from every contigious state, except Minnesota.
West Wendover is in Nevada, Wendover is in Utah. Wendover is approximately 100 miles west of Salt Lake City, on the Utah-Nevada border. The cities are divided by a street.
The current Governor of Nevada is Brian Sandoval (R). Sandoval assumed office as the 29th Governor of Nevada on January 3, 2011.
It can get pretty cold (around -13 Celcius) in the winter time in Reno, but in Las Vegas it doesn't get too cold. Though it can get cold in the summer time too. We've had snow in July and August!
Gambling in Nevada was once banned, but now the conditions there are changing slowly. Gambling is allowed in Nevada but now some strict rules are applied on the casinos and casino players and they have to follow those rules. The persons who fall into the following categories will be punished. 1…. Who commits in the State any crime. 2. Who commits out of the State any act which, if committed within it, and is afterward found in the State with any of the stolen property. 3. Who, being out of the State, counsels, causes, procures, aids or abets another to commit a crime in this State. 4. Who, being out of the State, abducts or kidnaps, by force or fraud, any person, contrary to the laws of the place where the act is committed. (MORE)
No, it is much too far inland. It does not even receive the remnants of hurricanes either from the Pacific of Atlantic.
There really is no founder of Nevada per se. Nevada is a harsh,arid state that was on the route to California and the Pacificcoast by the famous wagon trains of people emigrating to the west. The first settlement in Nevada was Genoa, at the base of the SierraNevada. It was settled by group of Mormo…n settlers who built it upas a fortress to defend against attacks from the local Indiantribes. The United States later sent in its Cavalry and established a forton the Truckee River about 20 miles east of the California. Thecaptain's name was Reno and the fort became known as Fort Reno,later shortened to Reno when it became a town. A few years later,silver was discovered in Virginia City which set off a silver rushand boom expansion of that sleepy little mining town. Over time,more forts, and more towns began to spring up around water sourcesand mining sites. Virginia City's silver mines were world famous and fabulously rich.In 1844 Nevada became a state because of the value of its silvermines. However, during the Civil War, the North became increasinglyconcerned that the South would commandeer the silver mines to fundtheir side of the war. So, the North set off explosives and floodedthe mines. The mines were shut down and to this day, the minesremain flooded. By then, water supplies had been developed that allowed for athriving ranching industry, especially with a surprising number ofsmall rivers that flowed down through the mountains. Today,gambling, mining, and ranching are Nevada's largest industries. (MORE)
Nevada is a state within the United States of America, and as such, has no capacity per se to possess or display any human emotion. As one of the United States, there are no laws that govern Nevada that are racist laws.
In Nevada, brothels are only legal in counties with a population of less than 400,000 people. Today, there are brothels in operation in eight (8) of Nevada's sixteen counties. These are Elko , Humboldt , Lander , Lyon , Mineral , Lye , Storey , and White County .
Reno is in Northern Nevada, almost on the California border. Just like the rest of Nevada, you can drink and gamble there. It is very warm and dry so you might also want to spend some time by a swimming pool.
Nevada was born in 1864. It is the 36th state. It has three nicknames one is The sagebrush state, the other one is Battle born, the last one is The silver state.
The coastal Range and the Sierra Nevada Mountains block Pacific moisture from entering Nevada and forming a rain shadow desert.