Springfield, Massachusetts: Omiskanoagwiak: Peter Toth Indian Head

One of 75 unique, skinny, giant heads carved by Peter "Wolf" Toth from the 1970s into the 1990s.

Forest Park

Address:
Laurel Hill Rd, Springfield, MA
Directions:
Forest Park south entrance, at the corner of US-5/Columbus Ave. and Laurel Hill Rd. Park in the softball field lot across Laurel Hill Rd.
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Omiskanoagwiak: Peter Toth Indian Head

Part of Peter "Wolf" Toth's hand-carved Trail of the Whispering Giants sculpture series across North America. Carved in November 1984. This is number 49 of 75 in the series.

[Joanne Masury, 08/23/2019]

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Frog Rock Roadside Park, Eastford, CT - 31 mi.

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