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Million Dollar Courthouse, Lincoln County, Pioche, Nevada
Nevada

"The first Lincoln County Courthouse, also known as the Pioche Courthouse and the Old Lincoln County Courthouse, in Pioche, Nevada earned the title "Million Dollar Courthouse" after it cost $75,000 to build in 1872, an amount equivalent to over $1 million in year 2000 dollars for a relatively small building. With added costs attributed to finance charges and fiscal mismanagement, the cost in 1872 dollars came to over $800,000, or more than $11 million in year 2000 dollars. The debt incurred by the county was not retired until 1938, when the new courthouse was under construction."

See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lincoln_County_Courthouse_(1872)

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Uploaded: 16/10/2011
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