Sculpture of Sacagawea and Jean Baptiste
On September 5, 2004, the College dedicated Sacagawea and Jean Baptiste, a 7-foot-tall sculpture created by Glenna Goodacre, whose career spans more than five decades.
Art critics and scholars refer to artist Glenna Goodacre as America’s sculptor. Her works as both painter and sculptor touch on themes from the nation’s history. Goodacre’s public art includes Washington, D.C.’s Vietnam Women’s Memorial, Philadelphia’s Irish Memorial to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Irish potato famine, and Sacagawea on the obverse side of the millennium golden dollar coin.
The bronze work was selected by Richard Bertea and donated to Lewis & Clark in honor of his wife, Hyla, a College trustee, and their daughter, Bay ’94. It is permanently installed southeast of the Frank Manor House.
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