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Saturday, July 15, 2017
Trail of the Whispering Giants
In 1972, Peter Wolf Toth began a journey to carve Native American tributes in each of the 50 US States. He named them the Trail of the Whispering Giants and chose Colquitt to be the home of Georgia's Whispering Giant. This oak tree carving was completed in 1973, but was replaced in 2002 when Toth returned to replace the monument due to weathering and deterioration to the original. The current monument is 18 feet of native cedar wood. Michael Rivera