West Entrance to Livermore, Iowa -- Sculpted Indian created in September 3, 1994
The beautiful wood carved Indian on the west edge of Livermore is a reminder of the chain saw carving is part of project to celebrate Iowa’s 150th birth, with Mayor Marie and Council member Jeanne Baugous heading up this project. The Sculpted Indian created in September 3, 1994, by chain-saw artists A.J. Lutter of Brainerd, MN. In Honor of Native Americans and early area history. This carving project was from a felled tree in error leaving a fifteen-foot stump and was paid for with 1993 RAGBRAI and State of Iowa Sesquicentennial awards.