Raul Jusinto

Queho


Queho Gravesite
Tombstone reads: "Nevada's Last Renegade Indian He Survived Alone".

Queho Remains
Film transparency Queho's remains, unidentified location, circa 1940. Manis Collection. UNLV Libraries Special Collections & Archives.

Queho was allegedly responsible for a series of murders in southern Nevada starting in 1910. In 1940, Queho's mummified remains were found in a cave near Black Canyon. The remains were purchased and came into the possession of the Las Vegas Elks where they were put on display at the Las Vegas Helldorado parade. The remains were sold several times until finally being purchased by former Clark County District Attorney, Roland H. Wiley (1904-1994). In 1975, a proper burial was given to Queho at Cathedral Canyon.

Queho's exact date of birth is unknown; circa 1880. His mummifed remains were discovered in 1940, making his exact date of death unknown.

Gravesite located in Nye County.