Siegel Nevada History and Photos

SIEGEL - (1870's - 1880's)
4 miles west of the Spring Valley road 3 miles south of junction of CR 2; 38 miles east of Ely. Siegel was first called Centerville. The camp was built due to the discovery of silver mines on the east flank of the Schell Creek Range on Siegel Creek. Siegel had a post office 1907-1908. Stone ruins can be seen.

Siegel Ranch, White Pine County, Nevada near Cherry Creek

Sources: White Pine County Recorder office, Old Book #1 Book 53, Deaths

Rice, Edward P. (or Adolph), ca 30, died 2 Feb 1908, of pneumonia and Bright’s Disease, buried at the Siegel Ranch, 2 Feb 1908.




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