List of ghost towns in the United States

This is an incomplete list of ghost towns in the United States.

AlabamaEdit

AlaskaEdit

 
The waterfront at Dyea, Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush
 
Flat, Alaska, August 1, 1911
 
The abandoned copper mine complex at Kennecott, Alaska

ArizonaEdit

ArkansasEdit

CaliforniaEdit

ColoradoEdit

ConnecticutEdit

 
An aerial view (from a kite) of Pleasure Beach, Connecticut

DelawareEdit

 
A destroyed Glenville, Delaware home, two weeks after Hurricane Isabel impacted Delaware (photo taken October 2, 2003)

FloridaEdit

GeorgiaEdit

HawaiiEdit

 
A house in Kaimū, Hawaii in 1888. Kaimu was completely destroyed by an eruptive flow of lava from the Kūpaʻianahā vent of the Kīlauea volcano in 1990.[1]

IdahoEdit

IllinoisEdit

IndianaEdit

 
The sole remaining house in Baltimore, Indiana
 
Abandoned grain elevators at Corwin, Indiana
 
An abandoned building and grain silos in Sloan, Indiana

IowaEdit

 
Donnan, Iowa memorial sign, showing the former location of the City of Donnan

KansasEdit

KentuckyEdit

 
Main Street, Paradise, Kentucky in 1898

LouisianaEdit

MaineEdit

 
Main Street, Flagstaff, Maine, circa 1915

MarylandEdit

MassachusettsEdit

 
An example of a "Babson Boulder" at Dogtown, Massachusetts

MichiganEdit

MinnesotaEdit

MississippiEdit

 
Front of the former First Presbyterian Church in Rodney, Mississippi

MissouriEdit

 
A street in Hamburg, Missouri, 1933

MontanaEdit

NebraskaEdit

 
Rock Bluff School, formerly the Naomi Institute, Rock Bluff, Nebraska

NevadaEdit

New HampshireEdit

New JerseyEdit

New MexicoEdit

New YorkEdit

North CarolinaEdit

North DakotaEdit

 
A sign along the railroad tracks in Petrel, North Dakota
 
The abandoned Falsen School in Verendrye, North Dakota
External links

OhioEdit

 
West entrance of the Moonville tunnel in Moonville, Ohio
 
Intersection of Black Run Road and Shady Glen Road in Knockemstiff, Ohio

OklahomaEdit

OregonEdit

PennsylvaniaEdit

Rhode IslandEdit

South CarolinaEdit

South DakotaEdit

TennesseeEdit

TexasEdit

UtahEdit

VermontEdit

VirginiaEdit

WashingtonEdit

West VirginiaEdit

WisconsinEdit

WyomingEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "The Pu'u 'Ō'ō Eruption Lasted 35 Years". www.usgs.gov.
  2. ^ Packard, Aaron (May 22, 2011). "The Kendall Lumber Co. of Garrett County, Md". Nova Numismatics. Retrieved October 26, 2013.
  3. ^ "DOE Weldon Spring Site History (WSSRAP)" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on Apr 2, 2009. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ "Livermore". whitemountainhistory.
  5. ^ Labuda, Brian (22 May 2016). "*GHOST TOWN* Parksville, NY". YouTube. Retrieved 18 February 2019.
  6. ^ "Tadmor, Ohio at DennyGibson.com". www.dennygibson.com.
  7. ^ Sprucevale on Dead Ohio web page
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Weis, Norman D. (1971). Ghost Towns of the Northwest. Caldwell, Idaho, USA: Caxton Press. ISBN 0-87004-358-7.
  9. ^ a b Hafnor, John. Black Hills Believables: Strange-but-true Tales of the Old West. Fort Collins, Colorado: Lone Pine Productions, 2002. 54. Web. 8 Aug. 2013.

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