Satanta, Kansas: Cement Teepee

Built in the late 1950s. Well-maintained, but undecorated. Maybe it will receive a new paint job soon....

Address:
Navajo Ave., Satanta, KS
Directions:
In a little park on the south side of US Hwy 56/Nez Perce St. at its intersection with Navajo Ave.
Admission:
Free
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Cement Teepee

I came across this concrete or stucco teepee in a small park in Satanta. It has a door as if it has some function. The town is named for the Kiowa chief and most of the streets are named for Native American tribes. The teepee is rather plain now, compared to old photos from the late 1950s which show it painted with decorations.

[Greg Holmes, 07/20/2014]

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