The gravesite is in a very small town, an Indian Reservation. The cemetery is through the back roads of the town and on a small hill. It's a sandy drive up to the very decorative cemetery. This Shoshone cemetery is still used. Its very different from our cemeteries. The mounds are raised with red dirt. Each gravesite is marked with either a smaller wooden cross, some painted or a name on it, or a simple rock painted and a name added. Some were so old the grave markers were wooden looked so worn. The families decorate them with Lots if bright flowers. There was am old wooden schoolhouse on the site too. A statue in her honor places at the too of the area.
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