Location: Southern Carson City
Directions: At the Stewart Cemetery, corner of Bigelow Drive and Snyder Ave (SR 518)
N39° 07' 04.5" W119° 45' 17.1"
NOTES: Oh yes,  Dat-So-La-Lee is a tricky one to find! In fact, do not be surprised if you accidentally happen across this one at  Stewart Indian School. Although this marker is located off of Snyder Ave, the average person will probably miss it from the road. Look for a tall flagpole to the left of Snyder Ave; this location will be off of a poorly paved road, Bigelow Drive, directly in front of the Stewart Indian School. Cross a short dirt track to access the Stewart Cemetery. You can thank me later.
Good luck spotting this one from Snyder. That's all I can tell you.
Marker type: St (L)
Date Conquered: 6/22/07
Nearest Intersection: Bigelow Dr.
Quick Description: A marker honoring the life and influence of one of Nevada's greatest figures.
Signed: Yes -- Even the sign is incredibly hard to spot! The sign for  is on the eastbound lane of Snyder Ave and comes with a very confusing placement. People often mistake  Stewart Indian School for  thanks to the sign's awkward placement. Signage for  is located 1 mile to the west off of US 395.
Exact description as reads ...
"Myriads of stars shine over the graves of our ancestors." Dat-So-La-Lee had seen some 96 winters, mostly in the Carson Valley, when death came in 1925.
She was the last of those Washo weavers whose ancient art had been practiced by countless generations.
Gathering willow, fern and birch with the aid of her husband, she wove into her masterpieces the legends of her people and their love of nature. Her baskets are unsurpassed for artistic conception and symbolic importance.
She is buried in the adjoining cemetery, yet her memories and her visions are so woven into her baskets that she will live on to remind us of the history and unique tribal artistry of her people.
| This old Standard marker stands in excellent condition.
| The Stewart Cemetery is still a very active cemetery in Nevada Moxt of the people buried here are of Washo descent including Dat-So-La-Lee herself. Find her grave near the western fence.
| "Stewart," Carson City, NV.