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SENECA INDIAN PARK PLAQUE

 

Artwork

Title Artist Date

Seneca Indian Park Plaque

 

Unknown

Unknown

 

Medium

Medium Category

Cast Metal Plaque on Boulder

 

Plaque

Measurements

Unit Measure Object Height Object Width Object Depth Object Diameter
Feet 2 3 N/A N/A
 
Unit Measure Base Height Base Width Base Depth Base Diameter
Feet 3.5 N/A N/A 5

Description

Description
Plaque is cast in the shape of an animal skin and affixed to a large naturally shaped boulder. Plaque reads:






 

Biographical Info.

Bio.
This plaque was donated by Mr. and Mrs. John D. Larkin and marks the location of the burial grounds and burning site for the Iroquois Indians of the Seneca Nation. Red Jacket and Mary Jamison were among those buried, since removed.



 

Location History

Location Purpose Date Verified Current Record
Seneca Indian Park near Buffum St. and Fields Ave. intersection Display December 2003 Yes

Conservation/Preservation History

Treatment Performed by Date Completed Previous Object Condition New Object Condition Previous Base Condition New Base Condition Current Record
Russell-Marti Conservation Services Inc. Fall
1999
Good Excellent Good Good Yes

Condition Survey History

Surveyed By Purpose Date Completed Object Condition Base Condition Current Record
N/A
 
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A