Eberhardt Nevada History



EBERHARDT - (1869-1885)
Eberhardt, Nevada is located 5 miles southeast of Hamilton, NV.  Named for the fabulous glory hole mine on Treasure Hill, it started up around the Stanford Mill in Applegarth Canyon. Eberhardt eventually gained 200 citizens, a post office, saloons, carpenter shop, wagon shop, blacksmith, stores and an "active temperance organization." Only rock ruins of mills and foundations and a cemetery remain.

The murder of Nora Ahern, the popular proprietress of a boarding house, by a Frenchman, "Crazy Louie" was the most shocking event that happened here.

 

 

 

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