Jackson, Tennessee: Statue of Liber-Tree (Gone)

Carved from the stump of a sizable oak tree, and unveiled by the town mayor on March 5, 2014. Gone by September 2020.
From Jackson drive south on US Hwy 45. At the point where the road stops being divided by a grass median, turn west onto Bond St. You'll see the statue ahead, on the left.
Sept. 2020: Gone

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Statue of Liber-Tree

The fenced area remains, but the statue/tree carving is no longer here.

[Carlotta, 09/13/2020]

Liberty carving.

Statue of Liberty

A replica of the Statue of Liberty appears to have been carved from a tree like a totem pole. The base is the trunk of a tree, and Lady Liberty seems to have been carved from the upper portion of the tree.

[Cindy Boyles, 06/18/2018]

The statue was carved from a 100-year-old oak tree by Ken Tynan. The town's mayor hosted its unveiling on March 5, 2014.

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