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How Can You Support The Restoration Of The Donovan Mill?

How Can You Support The Restoration Of The Donovan Mill?

The Donovan Mill is open to the public on Tuesdays when our superhero volunteers are actively restoring the property. Stop by and see how the window reconstruction (funded by the Daughters of the American Revolution) is going; they are actually fabricating windows to be historically accurate! Schedule a guided tour with our docents, take part in living history talks and walk throughs. Visit the gift shop, find an interest in blacksmithing, or learn about other important historic technologies...

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New Donovan Mill Gift Shop and Blacksmith Classes

New Donovan Mill Gift Shop and Blacksmith Classes

The Newly Opened Donovan Mill Gift Shop The Chomstock Chronicle The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture is pleased to announce the opening of the new Gift Shop and visitors center at the Donovan Mill in Silver City, Nevada, just in time for the Holiday season. Visit the Gift Shop on Tuesdays for now. New hours will be posted shortly on our website and social media accounts and updated as we are able to expand the hours. The new shop boasts unique gifts, historical books, and so much...

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Humanities Grant Award

Humanities Grant Award

Comstock Chronicle, Page 8, Friday, June 24, 2022 The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture is pleased to announce they are the recipient of a grant from the Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. These funds will be used to help bring the history of the Comstock to life, through a project called "Life on the Comstock." Funds to date have been used in support of planning and project management for each of two components: "Making Headlines" and "Follow the Lead."...

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Humanities Grant Award

Comstock Foundation Grant Award from the Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities

The Comstock Foundation for History and Culture is pleased to announce they are the recipient of a grant from the Nevada Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. These funds will be used to help bring the history of the Comstock to life, through a project called “Life on the Comstock.” Funds to date have been used in support of planning and project management for each of two components: “Making Headlines” and “Follow the Lead.”

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