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Chief Netawatwees stands watch over the city of Cuyahoga Falls in the form of a twenty-six-foot-tall carving on an island of land across from River Front Park. The carving is the handiwork of local resident Joe Frohnapfel and was dedicated on July 5, 2004.
Medium type: Wood
Date created: Dedicated on July 5, 2004
Dimensions: 26 ft.
2642-2612 Front St, Cuyahoga Falls, OH, 44221