Ellen E. Hanna Mini Park
Title: Ellen E. Hanna Mini Park
Inscription: "ALEXIS DE TOCQUEVILLE, The 25 year-old French aristocrat and author of "Democracy in America" visited this area during his 1831-1832 tour of America."; "Placed by the C-SPAN AND THE TELEVISION INDUSTRY while retracing the tour in 1997-1998"; "ELLEN E. HANNA MINI PARK, THE IMAGE OF A COMMUNITY SHOULD REFLECT THE GREAT THINGS WE INHERITED - THE INFUSION OF PRIDE AND INSPIRATION THAT OUR FOREFATHERS PASSED ON TO US. TODAY WE SHOULD CONTINUE WITH SPIRITED OBJECTIVES FOR A PROGRESSIVE AND UPLIFTING FUTURE. WE MUST ENHANCE THE CHARACTER OF OUR COMMUNITY AND REVITALIZE, AND STABILIZE, OUR SOCIAL CONDITION." "WE CAN TURN ON THE RAINBOW IN THIS BEAUTIFUL VALLEY, AND HAVE A SONG IN OUR HEARTS , WE MUST DEVELOP AND FOLLOW THROUGH WITH A WIDE RANGE OF IMAGINATIVE, CREATIVE, AND INNOVATIVE ENDEAVORS."; "WE MUST PAVE THE WAY TO GENERATE A NEW SPIRIT, WITH RENEWED HOPE AND CONFIDENCE."; "EDWARD A. HANNA 1993"
Subject: Public art, Outdoor sculpture
Rights: Copyright undetermined
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Location: corner of Genessee Street and Columbia Street, Utica