Sclupture - Question Choose a public sculpture in your...

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Question: Choose a public sculpture in your community. Describe the sculpture and where it is located. Also; why is it there? What (or who) does it represent? What was the source of the funding? How do people feel about the work and where it is? The public sculpture that I am choosing for this writing assignment is about the head of Catahecassa Blackhoof on a stone. It is located in the Schenley Park in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. It is between Oakland, Greenfield, and Squirrel Hill neighborhoods. The inscription of the head of Catahecassa Blackhoof on a stone was built in the year 1912 and the artist is unknown. Although the head of the Shawnee Indian Catahecassa is carved roughly, it has a rich history. The art is reminiscence of great history and contribution in the early development of Western Pennsylvania’s relations to others small cities. Below the head, there is an inscription and a
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