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In 1939, Jean de Strelecki, a Polish immigrant who claims to be a nobleman, came to Agoura Hills and started working on the Chief White Eagle Statue. On top of one hill he called ?Mt Estrella?, he started sculpting.

Although, the end result was not exactly of any resemblance of the local Native Americans (Chumash), or even the ones who live miles away which people believed to be his inspiration (Seminoles), the Chief White Eagle Statue was still appreciated by the locals that attended the unveiling in 1940. Besides, the project was out of good intentions, and the main idea that it was to honor the local tribe was established.

The Chief White Eagle Statue measures 14 feet in height and 13 tons in weight.
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City: Agoura Hills
County: Los Angeles
Address: Lewis Rd
Zip: 91301
Category: Monument
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