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Totem pole

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Totem poles are monumental sculptures carved on poles, posts, or pillars with symbols or figures made from large trees, mostly western red cedar, ...

Totem Poles - Indigenous Foundations

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Carving a totem pole requires not only artistic skill, but an intimate understanding of cultural histories and forest ecology. Most totem poles are made from ...

Northwest Coast totem pole myths | Burke Museum

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Mortuary poles made in the nineteenth century housed the coffins of important people in a niche at the top. Carved of red cedar logs, the figures on totem poles  ...

The Special Meaning of Native American Indian Totem Poles

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Find out how totem poles fit into Native American culture. ... do not personally endorse or support any of the comments made within the writings of this article.

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Mar 6, 2014 ... This is a Totem Pole I made out of a piece of 4" x 4' treated post. I used "Coral Photo House" to get the outline I needed. I then used a electric ...

Totem Poles: Heraldic Columns of the Northwest Coast

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The term "totem pole" is not a native Northwest Coast phrase. ... Tall multiple- figure poles were first made only by the northern Northwest Coast Haida, Tlingit,  ...

Native American Totem Poles: Pictures and information about ...

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Today, both short and tall totem poles are still enthusiastically made by Northwestern and Alaskan Indian artists, and it is possible to purchase one-- for a price.

Totem Pole Basics

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How old are totem poles? Since the late 1700s, as Native people gradually acquired metal tools, the aboriginals from southeastern Alaska and the Northwest  ...

Totem Pole - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Mar 23, 2015 ... The totem pole is a monument created by Northwest Coast Aboriginal peoples to serve variously as a signboard, genealogical record and ...

Totem Poles - Crystalinks

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The beginnings of totem pole construction are not known. Being made of wood they decay easily in the rainforest environment of the Northwest Coast, so no ...

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What Is a Totem Pole? | Wonderopolis

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Colors used to paint totem poles were limited. Artists relied on natural pigments. Black was the most common, made by grinding soot, graphite or charcoal.

Totem Poles *** - Native Indian Tribes

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Who made the Totem Poles? Totem Poles were not created by all Native Indian tribes and their production was limited to Northwest Indian tribes located in the ...

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN TOTEM POLE FACTS

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Native American Indian totem poles are sculptures carved on poles made from huge trees. These sculptures were made by Indian tribes of the Pacific Northwest  ...