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David von Schlegell, trained as a naval architect and engineer, created this sleek abstract sculpture. The sharp angle of its design suggests a plow or sail and represents the pioneering spirit of westward expansion in America and the dynamic role Cincinnati played in that movement. The sculpture, commissioned by private funds, honors the civic accomplishments of the Hauck family and marks a location near the landing of Cincinnati's first Anglo-European settlers. Created by David von Schlegell in 1980
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