Fort Churchill, Nevada Page8

Courtesy of William Bozic, Houston, TX
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(March 10, 2012) Enlarge View into Hospital Building Ruin
Notice the wooden beams in place at the hospital. This picture shows the lower portion of the capital letter "L"-shaped building

(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Subsistance Storehouse Panel
Both the subsistance and quartermaster store-houses had a separate office and storage room containing supplies for sale to officers and enlisted men. The subsistance storehouse or commissary primarily stored food. Almost all the food was canned



(March 10, 2012) Enlarge The Ruins of the Subsistance Storehouse

(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Quartermaster Storehouse Panel
The supplies in the storehouses were under lock and key with the buildings being in full view of the sentry in front of the guard house. The sergeant of the guard was instructed to visit the buildings during the night. The valuable supplies in this building consisted mainly of bottled medicine, liquor, and clothing


(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Quartermaster Storehouse Building
Notice the warning sign and take heed!


(March 10, 2012) Enlarge Eastern Edge of Fort Churchill
Fort Churchill was built in a square shape in a pass through the desert which guarded the path to Virginia City's Comstock Lode and Carson City. There are no "walls" because this fort would have been aware of any potential attack long before any attacker got even close

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