Camp Hays

From FortWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Camp Hays (1860-1860) - A Pyramid Lake Paiute War Camp first established in 1860 in Lyon County, Nevada. Named Camp Hays after Colonel John C. Hays, Indian fighter and commander of the Washoe Regiment. Abandoned in 1860. Also spelled as Camp Hayes.

Camp Hays Locale

History of Camp Hays

Established in May 1860 by volunteers during the Pyramid Lake Paiute War at the site of Reeds Station, a Pony Express station.

Abandoned 26 May 1860.

Current Status

No remains or markers in Lyon County, Nevada.


Location: Near Dayton, Lyon County, Nevada. Map point is approximate.

Maps & Images

Lat: 39.2968588 Long: -119.506283

Sources:


Links:

Visited: 18 Mar 2014


Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
Actions
content
Share
Google AdSense
Toolbox