Hiawatha Statue


Hiawatha Statue the “Tallest Indian in the World” was built in 1964 and is made mainly of fiberglass. “The Big Indian” is what it is called by locals is 52 feet tall and looks north to Lake Superior. Hiawatha was the leader and founder of the Iroquois Confederacy and the statue was designed to symbolize unity and peace within each nation that had joined the confederacy.