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  • Linda Chumbley

    Chief Massasoit Statue by Cyrus E. Dallin, Salt Lake City, Utah - a tribute to the Wampanogas chief who greeted the Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts. The original statue was erected at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1921. This 1927 duplicate statue stands in front of the east doors of the state Capitol.

  • Andrew Murray

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  • Debbie Schluter

    Massasoit Native American Chief statue byu campus |

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