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Amador and Coral City were founded in 1863. Amador absorbed Coral City around 1864, but both towns were abandoned by 1869.
In 1864, J. M. Forsyth was given the right to "lay distributing water pipes in any of the public streets or alleys of the towns of Amador and Coral City" for a term of fifteen years. No evidence has been found that this company built anything.
1864 An Act granting to J. M. Forsyth and his Associates the Right to supply the Towns of Amador and Coral City with Water. February 20, 1864.
1994 "Amador (Coral City)," Romancing Nevada's Past: Ghost Towns and Historic Sites of Eureka, Lander, and White Pine Counties, by Shawn Hall
© 2017 Morris A. Pierce