Chief Noonday Sculpture

301 Fulton W Grand Rapids

Community Legends Sculpture Project/Chief Noonday Sculpture
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Chief Noonday Sculpture: Near the Blue Bridge at Grand Valley State University-Eberhard Center 301 W. Fulton St. Grand Rapids, MI 49504-6495

Chief Noonday, also known as Chief Noahquageshik or Nawquageezhig - led the Grand River Band of Ottawa Indians and had fought alongside Shawnee Chief Tecumseh. When traders arrived in the greater Grand Rapids area, the American Indian leader helped welcome new settlers.

Chief Noonday Sculpture
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Chief Noonday Sculpture

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