April 12, 2019
Abraham Curry (1815-1873), known as the founder of Carson City, served as the first superintendent of the U.S. Branch Mint in Carson City when it opened in 1870.
He’s got a street named after him and statue on the mall between the state Capitol and Nevada Legislature. Now Abraham Curry — the Father of Carson City — is going to have a day of his own at the Nevada State Museum.