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Legacies

Artist

Bagwell, Vinnie (1957-)

Year

2011

A sculpture of a Native-American woman wrapped in a blanket. Contains bas-relief images of an African-American woman and child, a Native-American man, Hernando De Soto, an African-Amerrrican man, William C. Handy, and a Mexican woman.

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