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[[Image - black & white photograph of Jim Thorpe's athletic achievement monument. left to right - Carl Thorpe (Jim's son), Jim Thorpe, Phyllis Shapter, Gov. Fine of Penna., Gen. Trudeau, Commandant of the Carlisle Barracks-]] Monument reads: IN RECOGNITION OF THE ATHLETIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF JIM THORPE STUDENT OF THE CARLISLE INDIAN SCHOOL OLYMPIC CHAMPION AT STOCKHOLM IN 1912 AND IN 1950 VOTED THE GREATEST ATHLETE AND FOOTBALL PLAYER OF THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY
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