"The Tree Totem, located to the northeast of the Birdbath Totem, may have been the last of Galloway's constructions. Legend tells that his wife chided him for his many constructions, telling him that the only thing that he had not yet made was a tree, because 'only God can make a tree.' In jest, Galloway created his Tree Totem, which measures fourteen feet in height, and eight feet in width along the branches. This green concrete totem, cylindrical in form, with rough bark, is decorated with heads of Plains Indians, several in full-feathered headdress, as well as small, three-dimensional owl figures that perch atop the upraised tree branches. There are seven owls; one is obviously missing, probably stolen."
Everett, Dianna. "Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Park." National Register of Historic Places. 27 July 1998. Certified 25 January 1999.