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Las Vegas Tidbits

The Anasazi Indian tribe relocated into southern Nevada and lived next to the Virgin and Muddy Rivers, some 2,000 years ago. The ruins of the Lost City of the Anasazi community are located just northwest of Las Vegas in Overton, Nevada. Also exploring the Las Vegas region were the Paiute people. A man named John C. Fremont arrived in Las Vegas in 1844, and kept a journal that described the two springs that he located. These writings were very popular and attracted white settles to the west. In 1855, these writings were used as a guide by Mormon Settlers.

In 1864, Nevada was accepted into the union as the 36th state, without the region that is currently known as Clark County. This occasion is celebrated every year as a state holiday. The U.S. Congress passed a bill that permits Nevada to extend its southern border into the Arizona Territory, which covers territory to the point where the border of California meets the Colorado River.

A man named Archibald Stewart purchased the Las Vegas ranch, which became the Las Vegas Mormon Fort in payment for a loan from a man named O. D. Gass. The following year he died at the Kiel Ranch in a shooting. His widow named Helen remained and raised their children in 1882. During the late 1800's, Mineral finds close to El dorado Canyon and Goodspings started a modestly successful mining industry in southern Nevada. In 1910, the Airdome, which was the first outdoor theater in Las Vegas, opened on Fremont Street. Also in 1910, the population of Las Vegas was 800 people while the population of Clark County was 3,321 people. In 1920, the population of Las Vegas increased to 2,304 people.

The first airplane flew in Clark County. A man named Randall Henderson, with his passenger named Jake Beckley, landed just off of the Los Angeles Highway and on a level strip, just south of Las Vegas. This location is currently known as the Strip.

The first permanent structure at what was to become Floyd Lamb Park at Tule Springs, was an old adobe that was built in 1910. The park is an historic district and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the city of Las Vegas Historic Property Register.

In 1944, the Huntridge Theatre, designed by the renowned theater architect named S. Charles Lee, opened as a part of the Huntridge Neighborhood housing development, which was constructed in 1942. This theater is listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places. Just off of Las Vegas Boulevard, the new McCarran Airport was completed in 1944. The Army Airfield shared space with the commercial McCarran Field, which is currently known as Nellis Air Force Base, during the early 1940's. around this same time period, KLAS, the first television station in Nevada, started operations.

In 1955, the first racially integrated hotel in Las Vegas, known as the Moulin Rouge, opened its doors and closed later in that same year. The property remains listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the city of Las Vegas Historic Property Register, although much of the historic building has been demolished. The sign that reads Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas was created by a woman named Betty Willis. The Nevada Gaming Commission was created by the Nevada State Legislature.

The Morelli House was constructed by the Sand's music director and orchestra conductor named Antonio Morelli. Currently it's the headquarters of the Junior League of Las Vegas, and is listed on the state and National Register of Historic Place, and the city of Las Vegas Historic Property Register.

Constructed on D Street and West Washington Avenue in historic Wes Las Vegas is the Historic Westside School. The building is the oldest remaining schoolhouse in Las Vegas and was the first grammar school in West Las Vegas. The school is listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places, and the city of Las Vegas Historic Property Register.

In 1960, Las Vegas had a population of 64,405 people and encompassed some 25 square miles. Las Vegas had over 22% of the total population of Nevada and less than .02% of the land in the state. During this same time period, the population of Clark County was 127,016 people.

In 1970, a meeting was held in an effort to end racial discrimination in the casinos in Las Vegas at the currently closed Moulin Rouge Hotel and Casino. The population of Las Vegas was 125,787 people.

The California and the Plaza opened on Fremont Street during the 1970's. Vegas World, the Barbary Coast, the Imperial Palace, Harrahs, the MGM grand, and the Circus Circus all opened on the Strip during this same time period.

Corporations continued to invest in the casino and hotel industry. Gaming was a legitimate business as well as a great opportunity, and some properties in Las Vegas, were listed in the stock markets.

In 1990, the population of the city of Las Vegas was 258,295 people.