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Eureka Sentinel
Museum
Eureka Nevada !


P. O. Box 82
10 N. Monroe St.
Eureka, Nevada 89316
775-237-5010
www.co.eureka.nv.us
Constructed in 1879 at the cost of $10,000, the Sentinel Building was designed by architect C. M. Bennett. The Eureka Sentinel was published in this building from 1879 to 1960. Three generations of the Skillman family, Archibald, Edward and Willis, edited the newspaper. The last editor, Edward J. Moyle, had been with the Sentinel for over fifty years before he took over the editorial chair in 1944.
The Eureka Sentinel Museum opened here in June 1982. The Museum includes the original press room from the newspaper.
The press room is on the first floor, the second floor has many items from Eureka's past.
Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Skillman, the first editor of the Eureka Sentinel.
Edward J. Moyle, a fifty year employee and last editor of the Sentinel.