B. Scott Holmes

Just trying to stay alive and keep my sideburns too

Aurora, Nevada (Esmeralda)

J.M Corey, James N Braley, and E.R Hicks founded the town in 1860. At one point it had a population of around 10,000.[3] Aurora's mines produced $27 million worth of gold by 1869. The town was governed by both California and Nevada until it was determined that the town lay entirely in Nevada. At one point it was simultaneously the county seat of both Mono County, California and Esmeralda County, Nevada. Its California assemblyman was the speaker of the house while the Nevada legislative member was elected as president of the Nevada Territorial Legislature.[4]

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