Valier, Montana: Blackfeet Warriors Sculpture

At the entrance to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation, two mounted warriors made of metal materials recycled from the Reservation.
US-89, Valier, MT
15 miles west of Valier, on the northeast side of US-89, at the border to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.
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Blackfeet Country

A teepee, flags of neighboring nations, and a metal sculpture of Native Americans mark the entrance to the Blackfeet Indian Reservation.

[Becky Gregory, 08/02/2020]

Blackfoot artist Jay Laber made the sculpture, of two mounted Blackfeet warriors, from scraps of rusted automobiles destroyed in a Reservation flood, and mounted it on a pedestal of stones from an old Reservation mission school.

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