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This 5′ tall memorial sits on a native reservation and was intended to be a genealogical record. Several elements were important to include. First was the full hand etching of the teepee, the headdress and water bird. The sacred nature of each of these was vital to the design and the shape of the stone was crafted to emphasize the teepee. The etching covers almost the entire face and the lettering was intended to be secondary. The bronze eagle stands about 20″ tall and represents her Indian name. Each part of the memorial had a sacred purpose and needed to be just right.


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