Save Outdoor Sculpture, South Dakota survey, 1994.
Image on file.
Rapid City Journal, Dec. 5, 1993, Sect. B. pg. 1.
G. Goodacre (copyright symbol) 1991 8/15 (On plaque on base:) IYE NA OYATE KI/HE IS THEY ARE/BY GLENNA GOODACRE/LAKOTA, NA TA OKOLA KICIYAPI./HENA OB USPA SPAYELA,/OYANKE ECE KCEL EWICAGNA KA PI, THKA,/"NAPE IYAWACAKASKA PI IYECEL."/TKHA, HE SAPA TA WOIHANBLE KI/SUTAYA GLU HA UN PI.//THE SIOUX AND THE PLAINS INDIANS/WERE MOVED FROM THEIR HOMELANDS/AND PLACED ON RESERVATIONS./THOUGH THEIR "HANDS ARE TIED," THE/DREAM OF THEIR HOMELAND REMAINS. signed
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Standing figure of a young male North American Indian. His head is bowed and his hands are tied behind his back. The figure is bare-chested and barefoot with long partially braided hair. His wears leggings and a long loin cloth.