Tomahawk and Teepee Of Cut Knife, SK

According to the town's web site, it was built as a symbol "of peace and unity between the white people and the neighbouring Indian reserves". It was erected as part of the Saskatchewan wide celebration, Home Coming '71 , to mark the centennial of a series of treaties signed with local Indian bands in 1871. It is made of wood and fibreglass. Height: 39.4 Feet (12 Metres) Handle length: 54 Feet (16.4 Metres) Handle weight: 6 Tons (5.5 Tonnes) Blade weight: 2,750 Pounds (1,250 Kilograms) Teepee diameter: 18 Feet (5.5 Metres) Teepee height: 30 Feet (9.1 Metres)