Wracking my brain for Theme Day, I came up with two more statues just outside of Astoria at Fort Clatsop. The first is Arrival (above) depicting Meriwether Lewis, William Clark, a Clatsop Indian, and the dog, Seaman. It's by Stan Wanlass and is found inside the visitors' center at the fort. The second is Sacagawea and her child by Jim Demetro, placed fittingly in the forest between the Fort Clatsop visitors' center and the reconstructed fort. The link shows the statue at Netul Landing, not far away. I don't know whether it was moved there since I took this photo in 2009, or if it was moved back here since the web page was built.
There is another human representation, The Whispering Giant, that I've already included in this blog, but I'd call it more of a sculpture than a statue, as it's only the head and it's quite large.
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