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Buffalo at Reconciliation Park
Photographer: Sheryl Dowlin
Taken: October 9, 2006
Caption: Buffalo at Reconciliation Park
Additional Description: Tomas Miller sculpted the buffalo from a 67-ton block of local Kasota limestone; it is surrounded by native flowers and prairie grasses. The buffalo symbolizes the spiritual survival of the Dakota People and honors the Dakota heritage of this area. The park is a place to reflect, meditate and remember.
Submitted: December 7, 2008, by Sheryl and Bruce Dowlin of Boise, Idaho.
Database Locator Identification Number: p45984
File Size: 0.628 Megabytes

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