Carhenge in Alliance, Nebraska, is a recreation of England's Stonehenge and was This unique structure of vintage automobiles in Alliance, Nebraska, is called Carhenge and replicates England's Stonehenge. The creator was artist Jim Reinders, who studied Stonehenge while living in England. He conceived the work as a memorial to his father and built it in 1987 with the help of more than 30 family members.
A replica of England's Stonehenge, this attraction in Alliance, Nebraska, is built with 38 vintage cars, spray-painted gray and arrayed in a circle. It opened in 1983.
The Sioux chief 's final resting place is at the Jesuit-run Red Cloud Indian School in Pine Ridge, South Dakota.