The collection is a multi-media archive of Nevada County, California, governments, with records dating from the 1850s. Holdings
include vital statistics indexes, probate cases, records of naturalizations, courts, deeds and property tax, voter registrations,
city and county ordinances.
Nevada County, formed in 1851, played a large role in California's Gold Rush history and development. The area has been a
continuous crossroad for travelers in America's Westward migration, for immigrants, and for visitors such as future notables
Mark Twain and Herbert Hoover. Records allow for in-depth research into family history, house history, and the myriad of
19th and 20th century details that reveal the growth of a unique community.
Volumes, microfilm, microfiche
The library can only claim physical ownership of the collection. Users are responsible for satisfying any claimants of literary
Collections are self-service, open to the public.