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E.D. Sweeney Building

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Erected in 1864, and the former home of the law office of Mark Twain’s brother, the E.D. Sweeney Building was one of the first brick buildings built in Carson City. Located at 102 South Curry Street, the E.D. Sweeney Building was also one of the first commercial buildings in Carson City, and is now featured on the Kit Carson Trail Talking Houses tour, where visitors can take a self-guided tour that includes historic sites broadcasting their respective histories over specific AM radio frequencies.

Located one block west of the Nevada State Capitol, the E.D. Sweeney Building is within easy walking distance of a number of historic Carson City Sites, such as the Dat So La Lee House, the Carson Brewing Company, and the St. Charles-Muller Hotel.

Local hotel accommodations include the Nugget Hotel in Carson City, Best Western Trailside Inn Motel, Best Western Carson Station, and the Plaza Hotel. For more information on the E.D. Sweeney Building, and on the Kit Carson Trail Talking Houses Tour, visit http://www.visitcarsoncity.com/assets/PDF/carson_brochure.pdf .

 

 

 

 

 

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Nearby Attractions and Landmarks:

Abraham Curry House
Bender-Pozzi House
Bliss Mansion
Brewery Arts Center
Carson City Community Center
Casino Fandango
Chartz House
Children's Museum of Northern Nevada
Dat So La Lee House
E.D. Sweeney Building
Governors Field
Krebs-Peterson House
Mills Park Railroad
Nevada Governor's Mansion
Nevada State Capitol
Nevada State Library and Archives
Nevada State Museum
Nevada State Railroad Museum
Orion Clemens House
Paul Laxalt State Office Building
Pony Express Pavilion
Rinckel Mansion
Sears-Ferris House
St. Teresa of Avila Catholic Church
Stewart-Nye House