Genoa Cemetery - All Around Reno
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Genoa Cemetery

The Genoa Cemetery was opened in the 1860s, on land donated by Senator J. W. Haines. The cemetery is the final resting place of John A. “Snowshoe” Thompson, as well as many other settlers of the territory.

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The virtual-reality panorama (above), was done by Asher Moody. Asher, and a number of his classmates, contributed to the gallery of unusual tombstones found at the Genoa Cemetery.

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