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Nevada

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  • 1. Nevada
  • 2. Estate of Nevada
  • 3. Capital is Carson City
  • 4. Carson City
    • The population was 52,457 at the 2000 census.
    • Carson City is now an independent city and its own Metropolitan Statistical Area.
  • 5. Geography Pinion Juniper forests cover large areas of the north and central parts of the state.
  • 6. Nevada Sunrise over Reno
  • 7. Mountains
    • West Mountains of Las Vegas in the Mojave Desert in December.
  • 8. Counties
    • Annotated map of Nevada's 17 counties.
    • Nevada is divided into political jurisdictions designated as counties.
  • 9. Demographics
    • Nevada Population Density Map .
  • 10. Separation from Utah Territory
  • 11. Gaming and labor
    • Gambling erupted once more following a recession in the early 20th century, helping to build the city of Las Vegas
  • 12. Libertarian laws
    • The courthouse of the Supreme Court of Nevada.
  • 13. Important Cities and Towns
    • Las Vegas 6. Paradise
    • Henderson 7. Spring Valley
    • North L. Vegas 8. Sparks
    • Reno 9. Parson City
    • Sunrise Manor 10. Pahrump
  • 14. Las Vegas
  • 15. Reno
  • 16. Carson City
  • 17. Parks Cathedral Gorge State Park.
  • 18. Valley of Fire State Park
  • 19. Mount Charleston
  • 20. Great Basin National Park
  • 21. Grand Canyon
  • 22. Economy
    • The Bureau of Economic Analysis estimates that Nevada's total state product in 2006 was $117 billion.
  • 23. Legislature A view of the Nevada State Legislative Building in Carson City
  • 24. Animals of Nevada
  • 25.  
  • 26. Typical sport

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