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The Trail of Tears<br>Cowboy Hall of Fame<br>Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma!, United States of America
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I've always been moved by this image. It was the subject of an art project of mine in high school. This sculpture, with its massive scale, overwhelms.
The Trail of Tears
Cowboy Hall of Fame
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
 
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Ingrid Stiehler
02 Dec 2009, 12:57
I saw this sensational sculpture in ~ 1980, when I visited Oklahoma City and I am deeply impressed till today. So I'm really happy to see this successful photograph - much better than mine...

Many Greetings from Germany,
Ingrid

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George Watterson
16 Dec 2009, 12:10
I was a regular visitor to Oklahoma City in the 1980's as an Engineer with British Aerospace who despatched Jetstream '31' aircraft to A.A.R. at Will Rogers Airport for preparation prior to Customer delivery across the U.S.A. What impressed me most about the City, apart from the friends I made at A.A.R. was this wonderful sculpture and the sad tale which inspired it.

Greetings from TROON in Scotland.
George Watterson.
Patrick
16 Dec 2009, 14:22
Thanks George and Ingrid,

I agree with you both -- seeing "Trail of Tears" is the most memorable moment of my visit to Oklahoma. I'm glad to know others are as moved by it as I am, and that this photo keeps that memory alive.

Patrick.
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