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Handcarts, Florence, Nebraska
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"Handcarts" is a statue by Franz Johnson located at the entrance of the "Mormon Trail Visitors Center" at Historic Winter Quarters.  The statue is a tribute to the thousands of early Mormon immigrants that travelled westward to Utah.

See: http://www.historicflorence.org/PublicArt/handcarts.php

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Uploaded: 24/06/2012
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Tags: mormon; pioneers; center; winter quarters; florence; nebraska; handcarts; franz johnson; statue
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