Large Outdoor Famous Bronze Hannah Duston Haverhill Monument Statue

NO.: AKHZM-1332

Size: Customized

Material: Bronze

Technology: ′Lost Wax′ Casting

Surface: Patina

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Garden, home decor




This is the Hannah Duston Haverhill monument statue, created by Calvin Weeks at Haverhill, Continental Army Park, to commemorate her escape from her captives in Abanaki. The Hannah Duston Haverhill monument statue, a 17th-century English colonist who is believed to have killed 10 Native Americans to escape captivity during King William’s Wars. As locals reassess the Legend of Duston, it has become a flashpoint in the country’s ongoing debate over racist monuments.

The Hannah Duston Haverhill monument statue shows her holding an ax in her right hand. The four sides of the statue’s granite base tell her story, and an accompanying bronze plaque bears images of her capture and escape. An inscription under one of the plaques reads: “Her husband protected their children from pursuing barbarians.” The plaque above the inscription depicts An image of Hannah’s husband, Thomas Duston, riding a horse and shooting a Native American while his children hide in fear behind the horse.

Human rights activists and Native Americans say the statue offends people of Native American descent and glorifies violence. Some historians say the statue simply reflects historical events. The debate is taking place because of a broader national discussion about racism and violence. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us. We are looking forward to hearing from you.


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