Providing Access to Nevada’s Culture, Heritage and History
The Nevada State Library, Archives and Public Records, located on the Capitol grounds in Carson City, is the repository for all official state records dating back to 1851.
In our Digital Collections you can:
- Look for your family name in the original Territorial Census
- Read handwritten documents signed by Abraham Lincoln
- Research water rights and learn about farming in Nevada
- Review past and present State Budgets
- and much, much more …
As part of this collaborative project original hand created documents, dating from 1851 to 1931, have been scanned and are available in the Historical Nevada Collections.
More recent publications produced by state and local government agencies covering a range of topics such as agriculture, healthcare, wildlife, and law are featured in the Historical State Publications Collections
Publication of this online information and service is partially funded by the Nevada State Library and Archives under the Library Services and Technology Act, P.L. 108-81, as amended, through the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
For more information about the Nevada State Library and Archives, please visit:http://nsla.nv.gov