Laconia, New Hampshire: 36-Foot-Tall Indian Head (Gone)

One of artist Peter Toth's "Whispering Giants," Keewakwa Abenaki Keenabeh ("The Defiant One") was 36 feet tall, carved from red oak in 1985. In 2017 the head had to be propped up with a pole to keep it from falling over. In 2018 it was taken down.

Opechee Park

Directions:
On N. Main St. by the Opechee Park, surrounded by a running track.
Hours:
Taken down in Oct. 2018.
Status:
Gone

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Toth Whispering Giant.

Whispering Giant

The New Hampshire version of artist Peter Toth's Whispering Giant statue series is located in a running track by the Opechee Park in Laconia, on North Main Street.

[Tyler Salls, 11/04/2017]

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