Two-hundred years ago, the mighty bison thundered across the plains of America in the millions, a native American symbol of abundance, power and freedom. Their sheer size commanded respect and reverence. Their great numbers made them seem invincible, and yet history attempted to destroy them.
They became a symbol of quiet endurance, personal perseverance, adaptability to change and an inner strength that outweighed their massive exterior. The bison represents a sheer will to survive, a quiet courage, an unbreakable will, and indomitable spirit.