Kindred Spirits stainless steel sculpture celebrates an unforgettable act of kindness

Published 03 December 2020

A stainless steel sculpture comprised of nine eagle feathers, reaching over six meters high, celebrates a gift from the Choctaw Nation of the southeastern United States to the Irish during the Great Potato Famine over 200 years ago. The corrosion resistance of molybdenum-containing stainless steel helps the sculpture and the legacy it represents endure.

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