Photoland: One Little Indian

One of Main Street’s most famous residents is this small-statured Native American.

Photoland: One Little Indian

He has remained in the same spot on Main Street since park opening, and has seen the shop behind him transform from a tobacco store, to a sports memorabilia shop, to a horribly cramped annual-pass processing center, to a music store.

It may seem frighteningly inappropriate today, but back in the 1950s this statue was given the name “How” (his brother in Frontierland was named “And How.”)

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