Native American Statue
Native American Nibiising (Ojibway for "Small Water"): On the busy Highway 11 and 17 corridor at Seymour Street in North Bay stands a huge wooden carving of an indian. It was completed in summer of 1988 by artist and sculptor Peter "Wolf" Toth who has travelled throughout the United States for 20 years carving monuments memorializing the first native people of the land, the North American Indian. Height: 25 Feet (7.6 Meters) Construction Materials: White Pine Rationale: "Monument to memorialize the first people of the land." Peter "Wolf" Toth had a personal mission to carve monuments in every state in the U.S., which he achieved in the late 1980's. Since then, he turned his attention to Canada and Mexico. He immigrated to the U.S. from Hungary with his family in 1956 and felt a deep
Hwy 11
and 17 corridor at Seymour Street
North Bay