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The Path of Honor

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Commemorates the veterans of the Wind River Indian Reservation who served in the Armed Forces.
Native Americans served at a higher percentage (during Vietnam, it was 1 in 4 eligible Natives in the service versus 1 in 12 for non-natives) than the general population. This memorial is one of the first-ever dedicated in the US to American Indians.
Each tablet is more than 9′ tall and 4′ wide. The engraving was all done by hand and the face of each tablet is recessed about 2″ in some sections. It took several years to bring this project together and the unique shape of the tablets depicts the shape of a buffalo. The red path is a symbol of courage and purposeful life.


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