Trail’s End a Bronze Indian War Sculpture by James Muir Bronze Allegorical Sculptor-Artist
For the Red Spiritual Man:
"It didn't matter that they faced death on every war party-their horses stood in belly deep grass, the sun watched over them and the Great Spirit rode on the wind. It was a time to be close to the earth"
"Though I am dead;
The sun will shine.
The grass will grow.
The stream will flow."
It was . . . . "a good day to die."
For the White/Intelligent Man:
"To die for an idea is unquestionably noble. But how much nobler it would be if men died for ideas that were true."
H. L. Meneken