The 42-foot-tall “Big Indian” sign on Vine Street in Carthage became a landmark the moment in 1954 his arm started waving and his lights started flashing. But Time seems to be catching up with him.
I'm Dan Horn, a business and investigative reporter for The Enquirer, and I became curious when Protesters gathered last month to demand the removal of the sign.
Is there a place for the “Great Indian” in a nation that many see him as today? an offensive racial stereotype? And if not, what would become of him?
Find out what I learned in today's story.
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