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Henderson is the second largest city in the State of Nevada. In recent years, the border between Henderson and Las Vegas has become virtually nonexistant. One city butts up against the other. One area of Henderson, Green Valley, was the first master planned community in the state.


There are several sites to see in the Henderson area. They include:

  • The Ocean Spray Factory which runs a tour
  • Ethel M Chocolate Factory which runs a tour and has a large cactus garden.
  • Clark County Heritage Museum
  • Fiesta Hotel and Casino
  • Sunset Station Hotel and Casino


The are many Casinos of varying sizes throughout the Henderson Area and gambling is a popular pastime.

  • Blue Chip Vegas, 2630 Sunridge Heights Parkway, 877-724-4758, [1]. Pools, deluxe kitchens, marble baths, HD flat-screen televisions, and complimentary high-speed wireless Internet throughout the suites.  edit
  • Courtyard Las Vegas Henderson/Green Valley, 2800 North Green Valley Parkway, +1 702 434-4700 (fax: +1 702 434-3888), [2].  edit
  • Fiesta Hotel and Casino
  • Hawthorne Suites, 910 S. Boulder Highway, +1 702 568-7800 (fax: +1 702 568-8430), [3].  edit
  • Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites, 441 Astaire Drive, +1 702 990-2323, [4].  edit
  • Holiday Inn Henderson, 1553 N Boulder Highway, 702-564-9200, [5]. Outdoor pool, restaurant, 24-hour fitness center, and suites with whirlpool tubs and granite bathrooms.  edit
  • Residence Inn Las Vegas Henderson/Green Valley, 2190 Olympic Avenue, +1 702 434-2700 (fax: +1 702 434-3999), [6]. $109-$174.   edit
  • Sunset Station Hotel and Casino
  • Super 8 Henderson, 2030 US Highway 41 N, 270-827-5611, [7]. Outdoor pool, Jacuzzi Suites, free wireless internet, and a meeting room for up to 100 people + business center.  edit
  • Wingate by Wyndham - Henderson, 3041 St. Rose Parkway, 702-568-0027, [8]. The new Wingate by Wyndham Henderson hotel in Nevada offers plush accommodations, executive two bedroom suites and flexible meeting space.  edit
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1911 encyclopedia

Up to date as of January 14, 2010

From LoveToKnow 1911

HENDERSON, a city and the county-seat of Henderson county, Kentucky, U.S.A., on the S. bank of the Ohio river, about 142 m. W.S.W. of Louisville. Pop. (1890), 8835; (1900), 10,272, of whom 4029 were negroes; (1906 estimate), 15,201. It is served by the Illinois Central, the Louisville & Nashville, and the Louisville, Henderson & St. Louis railways, and has direct communication by steamboat with Louisville, Evansville, Cairo, Memphis and New Orleans. Henderson is built on the high bank of the river, above the flood level; the river is spanned here by a fine steel bridge, designed by George W. G. Ferris (1859-1896), the designer of the Ferris Wheel. The city has a public park of 80 acres and a Carnegie library. It is situated in the midst of a region whose soil is said to be the best in the world for the raising of dark, heavy-fibred tobacco, and is well adapted also for the growing of fruit, wheat and Indian corn. Bituminous coal is obtained from the surrounding country. Immense quantities of stemmed tobacco are shipped from here, and the city is an important market for Indian corn. The manufactures of the city include cotton and woollen goods, hominy, meal, flour, tobacco and cigars, carriages, baskets, chairs and other furniture, bricks, ice, whisky and beer; the value of the city's factory products in 1905 was $1,365,120. The municipality owns and operates its water works, gas plant and electric-lighting plant. Henderson, named in honour of Richard Henderson (1734-1785), was settled as early as 1784, was first known as Red Banks, was laid out as a town by Henderson's company in 1797, was incorporated as a town in 1810, and was first chartered as a city in 1854. The city boundary lines were extended in 1905 by the annexation of Audubon and Edgewood. Henderson was for some time the home of John James Audubon, the ornithologist.

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Proper noun




  1. A patronymic surname, derived from the given name Henry.


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English bacteriologist


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