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Located in a region where the Potawatomi Indians ruled for many years, Pokagon State Park takes its name from the last of the Indiana Potawatomi tribal leaders, Simon Pokagon. The park. a winter recreational resort with a 1,700-foot-long toboggan slide, also offers summertime boating, fishing, and hiking.
This icon shows a lively tangle of human figures descending a steep slope on a toboggan. Each figure is intertwined with the next, so it appears to be one single, complex entity.
Medium type: Steel
Date created: 2001
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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