Dust to Dust, The Saga of Riley Wooten by Phillip I. Earl
Claiming to have been falsely accused of murder after shooting a sheriff in a drunken stupor, Riley Wooten’s continuing efforts to secure his release after having been convicted of the crime in 1910 until his release in 1918.
A Brief History of Miller and Lux in Northwestern Nevada by David Valentine
The partnership of Henry Miller and Charles Lux, German emigrants who began purchasing cattle, land and water rights to become the largest land and cattle operation in Northwestern Nevada. In addition to ranching, the firm invested in improving road systems and waterholes, enabling cattlemen to get their cattle to the railroad yards for shipping to the East. Ranching supplies, wool, horses, bulls, etc. were distributed.