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Wells County uses 85% of its land for farming, particularly soybeans, However, the quiet and sprawling farmland does not reveal the history of the county’s namesake, William Wells. Wells was captured by a Miami raiding party in 1784 and eventually became a warrior son-in-law of Chief Little Turtle.
This sculpture depicts a large egg-shaped object in relief with a bronze feather attached to its lower left side. There is a small white marble at the tip of the feather.
Designers Jeff Laramore
650 W Washington St, Indianapolis, IN, 46204
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