As Long as the Waters Flow
This 13 foot 6 inch bronze statue occupies a prominent place on the plaza in front of the Oklahoma State Capitol. A tribute to the Native Americans of our state and contributions they have made. Houser portrayed his subject dressed in her native attire while holding an eagle feather fan, a sacred symbol among Native American cultures.
Dedicated on June 4, 1989
Allan Houser (Haozous) was born on the family farm near Apache , Oklahoma on June 30th, 1914. A member of the Apache Nation, our state is proud to call him one of our own. One of the 20th centuries most important artists. Haozous passed from this earth on August 22nd, 1994.
Contains some interesting Oklahoma names that were in attendance.
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