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Five groups of sculptures are situated on the south side of the Clearwater River at
the Hwy 95/ US 12 interchange. Artists Keith Powell and David Govedare have called
their work Two Nations meeting on the Kooskooskie River, which was the explorer’s
name for the Clearwater River. A total of 18 sculptures tell the story of Lewis and
Clark’s return from the Pacific Ocean to meet the Nez Perce Indians who had given
them food and traded with them a year before. The sculptures are welded from Core-
10 steel, which, unlike other steel, protects itself from weather with a layer of rust.
The grant commissioned 17 pieces. Artists Powell and Govedare donated an
additional piece, Flint Necklace, which still appears shiny in the slide show. Flint
Necklace is the Great Grand Father of Chief Looking Glass who rose to fame two
generations later.