NEVADA STATE HISTORICAL SITES
Created in 1979 by the Nevada Legislature, the Nevada State Register (or NVSRHP) is an official list kept by the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office of places and resources worthy of preservation. These resources reflect history, architecture, archaeology, and culture that are important to Nevadans.
The Nevada State Register recognizes those places in the state that have significance to the past in a local, state, or national context, and possess good physical integrity to the period during which they were important. These sites include: buildings, structures, sites, or objects; they can also be a larger landscape, or a collection of resources known as an historic district.
A complete list of the State Register can be found here.