Lincoln, Nebraska: Peter Toth Indian Head (Gone)

Peter "Wolf" Toth carved over 70 tall, skinny Indian heads out of local tree trunks since the 1970s.
Directions:
Outside the entrance to the Indian Center. Northwest side of the city, on the north side of Military Rd just east of N. 10th St.
Hours:
Oct. 2017: Reported gone.
Admission:
Free
Status:
Gone

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Toth Indian Head

The head appears to be missing. Its pedestal is still there... but no head. A resident said it was falling apart and taken down.

[Thomas Kern, 10/08/2017]

Toth Indian.

Native American Wood Statue

Wooden Native American statue, carved by Peter Wolf Toth, stands outside the the Indian Center in Lincoln.

[Jack Steck, 03/14/2015]

Toth carved this 25-foot-tall head from a cottonwood log in 1980. It was eaten by termites and taken down in 2007, but Toth rehabilitated the head and it was back up in 2009.

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