Ely is a city located in White Pine County, Nevada. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 4,041. It is the county seat of White Pine County . ...more on Wikipedia about "Ely, Nevada"
Hamilton, Nevada is an abandoned mining town located in the White Pine Range of eastern Nevada, United States. The town was the first county seat of White Pine County, from 1869 to 1887, when a fire led to its replacement by the town of Ely. The latitude of Hamilton is 39.253N. The longitude is -115.485W. The community was named for W.A. Hamilton, a surveyor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hamilton, Nevada"
McGill is a census-designated place located in White Pine County, Nevada. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 1,054. ...more on Wikipedia about "McGill, Nevada"
Swansea, Nevada (founded, roughly 1869), is 3¼ miles west of Hamilton in Sherman Canyon. Shermantown annexed this milling settlement and it did not have a separate development other than several smelting works. Some rock ruins remain. ...more on Wikipedia about "Swansea, Nevada"
White Pine County is a county located in the state of Nevada. As of 2000, the population is 9,181. Its county seat is Ely 6. It is the home of Great Basin National Park. The name derives from White Pine, an old name for the Limber Pine, a common tree in the county's mountains. ...more on Wikipedia about "White Pine County, Nevada"
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