White Pine County, Nevada

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White Pine County is one of 16 counties in Nevada. The 2000 census recorded its population to be 9,181; a 2006 estimate placed its population at 9,542. Its county seat is Ely. It is the home of Great Basin National Park. The name derives from White Pine, an old name for the Limber Pine, a common tree in the county's mountains.

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  • The website has phone numbers for the county offices. [1]

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