What an interesting post for the I Day! Great photos and enjoyed the information about him that you included! Hope your week is going well, Anne!Sylvia
Hes lovely, isn't he?Good bit of carving!Maggie XNuts in May
Interesting that a woman in the UK should post a picture of a statue in Calgary, Alberta. I've never seen this statue, so I enlarged the second picture in order to read about John Hunter. Then I saw someone had placed a feather on it. Probably a pigeon feather, or a gull feather, but nice."I" think it's a great choice for "I" day.KayAlberta, Canada
Nice statue and the perfect word for the letter I.
He sounds like a very interesting man who played an important part in the history of Alberta.
Nice nice nice I post. Perfect!
It was nice meeting Sitting Eagle today. Interesting post for I day.
I live amongst First Nations people and have even taught their children, but must admit I've never seen one in full regalia.
Very interesting! Terrific statue.
Wonderful statue - such a lot of native history around Calgary, - and all through the prairies for that matter.
Bonjour dear AnneThe indian sculpture is very impressive!Beautiful pictures!hugsLéia
very interesting and IMPRESSIVE. 'doctor, lawyer, Indian chief'ROG, ABC Wednesday team
How interesting.We learn so much each week.DeniseABC Team
The Indian Nation has so much heritage. Nice statue Anne.
oh what a fun post! it's just perfect! my entry is here http://kcelebration.blogspot.com/2010/09/interior-of-vatican-museum.html
Whoops! Where did that comment go? As I was saying, it's a wonderful sculpture and the information is most interesting. He lived a good long life, too.
How interesting! I hadn't heard of Sitting Eagle. I love his statue. :)
Beautiful statue and especially the granite encasing. What a very ordinary name for Sitting Eagle!
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