Forest (Washoe County) District
Location is unknown.
Territorial Enterprise, December 29, 1866, 2:1
Forest (White Pine) District
County: White Pine
Organized near the state line, east of Ward, no other details were given, and the exact location is unknown.
Territorial Enterprise, December 12, 1877, 2:3
Forty-Nine Range District
ncludes mainly the western flank of Forty-nine Mountain.
Beal, 1963, p. 23
Freds Mountain District
Other Names: Dogskin, Esmeralda
Commodities: copper, gold, uranium
Located about 18 miles north of Reno, in the vicinity of Antelope Valley. According to Carlson (1974), this area and possibly the Dogskin Mountain area to the north were once known as the Dogskin district and later the Esmeralda district.
Carlson, 1974, p. 175; Tingley, 1990, p.72
Other Names: Worthington, Freyberg, Freiburg
Commodities: silver, lead, zinc, copper, tungsten
The Freiberg district is in the northern Worthington Mountains. The historic mines of the district are located in the central part of T1N, R57E, on the north flank of Worthington Peak. It was originally organized as the Worthington district in 1865, and reorganized as the Freyberg district in 1869.
Stretch, 1867, p. 64; White, 1869, p. 79; White, 1871, p. 100; Whitehill, 1873, p. 113; Angel, 1881, p. 485; Hill, 1912, p. 217; Lincoln, 1923, p. 120; Stoddard, 1932, p. 52; Tschanz and Pampeyan, 1970, p. 172; Stager and Tingley, 1988, p. 106; Tingley, 1991, p. 7
Freiberg Placer District Description
The Freiberg district (T. 1 N., R 57 E.) is at the north end of the Worthington Mountains, western Lincoln County. The district has very small production of lode gold, and nothing is known about the placer gold production in 1935.
Tschanz and Pampeyan, 1970