The Victor Brown Code Talker Bridge is located on SH-3 -- about 2,000 feet west of Oleta.
Made of black granite, the Warrior Memorial is 10 feet tall, and it’s human figures are close to life-size.
At the memorial’s highest point is an eagle’s head. The eagle is a symbol of strength, says Corwin “Corky” Clairmont, the memorial’s designer and Art Director at Salish Kootenai College since 1984.
The eagle’s wings span the length of the memorial, enclosing a series of images, including those of 2 bison and 2 warriors. One of those figures is a warrior woman. An infant n a cradleboard hangs off the saddle horn, and the Woman Warrior riding the horse is holding an Eagle fan. Listed on the walls are the names of more than 1,200 men and women (Native and non-Native) from the Flat Head Reservation who have served in the military.
Dedicated: July 14, 2010
The Wichita & Affiliated Tribes Veterans Memorial is located outside of their headquarters in Anadarko.
The monument is made of grey granite and the inscription of dedication reads:
“Wichita Warriors Memorial
Tribal members who have served
in the United States armed forces
Dedicated November 11, 1991”
Beneath this dedication are the names of some 100 veterans from the Wichita Affiliated Tribes. The names of those who served in WWI are: “George Ashley, Roy Lefthand, George H. May, George Miller, Elwood Scott, Julius C. Smith, Oscar Stephens, Nuss Stephenson, and John W. Wolfe.”
This memorial consists of a small stone located near the east riverbank of the Wisconsin River in Veterans Memorial Park. And it was dedicated by the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in 1919.
The stone bears an inscription which reads:
D. A. R.
In recognition of the Loyalty & Patriotism of the Winnebago Indians
☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆ ☆
Corporal Foster DeCorah
Robert DeCorah · Jesse Thompson
Mike Standing Water · Dewey Mike
Nelson R. DeLaRonde · James Greengrass