The Pioneer

Local nameThe Pioneer
LocationEugene, Oregon, United States

The Pioneer is a thirteen-foot-tall bronze sculpture located on the University of Oregon campus in Eugene, Oregon, United States. It was the artistic work of Alexander Phimister Proctor, commissioned by Joseph Nathan Teal, a Portland attorney. A ceremony celebrated its unveiling on May 22, 1919. It included attendance from persons all across the state, the majority of enrolled students, and a special section of the crowd was reserved for the remaining pioneers. Pioneer T. G. Hendricks and his granddaughter removed the canvas cover, unveiling the statue.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Pioneer_(Eugene,_Oregon)

Address 1188 E 13th Ave, Eugene 97401, United States

Coordinates 44°2'44.719" N -123°4'32.851" E

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