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Beginning in the 1900s, the automotive industry in Madison County grew to include production of headlights, horns, batteries, and many other accessories. Madison County is also known for its Native American history: the earthen mounds near Anderson are believed to have been constructed by Native Americans of the prehistoric Adena-Hopewell culture.
In this sculpture, curious raised shapes dot a landscape near a flowing river, as colorful, reflective feathers decorate the scene. The materials
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