Kansas City Scout
Riding bareback with his horse perched on a rocky pedestal is the Kansas City Scout - a Sioux Indian memorialized in bronze. The detail of the statue is incredible - Cyrus Dallin sculpted every muscle and lock of hair with painstaking accuracy and precision. He sits with a ruler-straight back, a hand positioned like a visor over his eyes looking out over what would have been plains a hundred years ago. The 10-foot-tall statue took Dallin five years to finish and it was first exhibited in San Francisco in 1915.