This is Thayendanegea, aka Joseph Brant, prominent Mohawk military and political leader of the late 18th century. He spoke English and at least three of the six Iroquois Nation languages. He fought with the British against the French in the French and Indian War, went to London and met King George III, and served with the British against the colonists in the Revolutionary War. The keenest of keen history buffs will know that Brant was involved in the Cherry Valley Massacre. After the war Brant moved to Canada, where he worked to secure land where the Six Nations could live without interference from the British Crown. The town he founded is now known as Brantford, Ontario, known to all good Canadians, and a few bad ones, as the hometown of Wayne Gretzky.
That's a long winded way of saying I'll be away for a few days. I might actually see this sculpture while I am gone.