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Lin (far right) plots the placement of the Chief Timothy Park listening circle with the Confluence Project design team during a site visit in March 2007.

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Maya Lin with Nez Perce tribal elder Horace Axtell at Chief Timothy Park in 2005.

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In 1981, 21-year-old Maya Lin presents her winning design for the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. With her are Jan C. Scruggs, president of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (left), and Bob Doubek, project director (right).

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A $12.25 million pedestrian land bridge, shown here under construction in October, will arc over a highway, reconnecting the Vancouver National Historic Reserve with the Columbia River.

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Salmon fillets pile up on Lin’s basalt fish-cleaning table at Cape Disappointment State Park, which is etched with the Chinook creation myth.

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Visitors to Lin’s installation at Cape Disappointment State Park traipse along a pathway inscribed with landmarks noted by the Corps of Discovery en route to the Pacific.

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Lin marks a spot for a story circle, a ring of metal, stone or concrete that will be inscribed with information about the Columbia Plateau tribes.

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