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The First Americans, Arcadia's float entry in the 1975 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. A bust of an unnamed American Indian dominates this tribute. Surrounding the sculpture is a copy of an Indian belt. The Indian head was the largest facial sculpture in Rose Parade history at that time.