Village of Sheho, Saskatchewan

Prairie Chicken

Prairie Chicken © August 1999 Samson YeePrairie Chicken © May 2003 David Yanciw

Designer: Unknown

When Built: June 30, 1985

Dimensions (estimated):
Height: 4 Feet (1.2 Metres)

Construction Materials:
Fibreglass

Location:
At the end of Douglas Street on Railway Avenue;
South side of the Village across from the hotel.

Reason for Building:

Dedicated to the pioneers of the area and for the 80th anniversary of incorporation of the Village of Sheho and the creation of the Province of Saskatchewan.

Additional Information:

The name "Sheho" is Cree for Prairie Chicken. The monument was erected as a Saskatchewan Heritage Project.

Information Source: Plaque on the monument

Picture Source: Samson Yee and DMY

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Created By DMY on September 6, 1999
Last Updated: June 4, 2003