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This circular composition has three Native American pilot canoes as well as three large currents between each canoe. The design on the outer ring makes use of a traditional Native American motif. The lines and arrangement of objects portrays movement and water.
The Wabash and Salamonie Rivers, and beginning in the 1840s, the Wabash & Erie Canal, made the area containing Huntington County a trading center for the Native Americans and the early settlers who displaced them in the mid-19th
Medium type: Stone/Marble
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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