State Report on Nevada
On October 31, 1864, Nevada became the 36th state of the Union with Carson City as its capital. Nevada today is famously known for its huge hotels with casinos and tourism. Nevada couldn't get into the Union any sooner because the population wasn't enough, but President Lincoln knew that the war funds were running low. So Lincoln made Nevada a state so that he can have money for the war effort with the copper and gold that Nevada had. Nevada is a Spanish name meaning snow covered. The first governor of Nevada was Henry Goode Blasdel from 1864-1871. …
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