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Cherokee Chieftain

Statue or Public Art Display
The Cherokee Chieftain sculpture stands majestically in front of the Museum Center at 5ive Points. – Melissa Woody

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The Cherokee Chieftain, carved by widely acclaimed sculptor Peter “Wolf” Toth, was presented to the city of Cleveland as a gift in 1974. The chieftain stands majestically on the front lawn of the museum center at Five Points as a proud reminder of the region’s significant Cherokee Indian heritage. Toth carved at least one statue in each of the 50 states. These works are collectively known as the Trail of the Whispering Giants.

How to Get There

From I-75, take Cleveland exit 25. Travel east on Hwy 60 (25th Street). After about a mile, turn right on Ocoee Street toward downtown Cleveland. Turn left onto Inman Street. Museum is ahead on the right.

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