Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Canada: Big Indian HeadIt wears a feather headdress and is perched atop a pile of rocks.
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It's beautiful historic Indian Head, Saskatchewan, Canada. Viewed by thousands of tourists every year.[Dan Loran, 11/29/2011]
One of my more anticipated stops was in Indian Head, Saskatchewan. I had seen pictures of this huge Indian Head statue and most definitely wanted to see it. The Indian Head was officially unveiled on August 4, 1985. The statue is 18 feet high (the head itself is 10 feet tall). It weighs approximately 3,500 pounds and is made from metal pipe, metal mesh and cement. The statue was designed by Don Foulds of Saskatoon.
It is very easy to get to, just off of Highway 1 in Indian Head.[David Sumoflam Kravetz, 09/19/2007]
This statue was built in 1985, the total height is 18 feet, head height is 10 feet, base is 8 feet. It weights 3,500 pounds and is constructed of metal pipe, metal mesh and three coats of cement. Coloration was applied by incorporating cement pigments into the final cement coat. The statue was designed by Don Foulds from Saskatoon, SK at a cost of $12,750 and transported to Indian Head. The statue has appeared in numerous television commercials and is located in the southwest corner of the town of Indian Head on the north side of Highway #1.[Dan Loran, 09/08/2002]