- Jim Brothers sculpture stolen from Signs of Life gallery
- Clay Belcher, owner of the gallery, coffee shop and bookstore at 722 Massachusetts St., is offering a reward of $500 to anyone who could help recover the piece. The bust is titled "Makataimeshekiakiak, Black Hawk of the Sauk and Fox.
- History Of Blackhawks' Namesake
- In his native tongue, his name was Makataimeshekiakiak, which translates to Black Sparrow Hawk. He fought alongside the British in the War of 1812, because he didn't like that Americans had begun moving into Sauk territory. He led the 15-week conflict ...
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