Totem poles are sculptures carved from large trees, such as the Western Red
Cedar. In North America, totem poles are part of the cultures of many indigenous
Totem Poles - a list of facts about this amazing Native American Indian art form.
Totem poles originated among the native people in the Pacific northwest section
of North America, though the custom of poles was passed to other tribes. Poles ...
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figures on tall poles called Totem Poles. The poles were painted and were
symbols of a family's power and rank. The Northwest Coast Indians did not have
Many Native American Indians expressed themselves with their artwork carved
into totem poles. Many believe that all Indian tribes carved totem poles but this is
totem pole Carved and painted wooden column erected by the Native Americans
of the Pacific Coast of the USA and Canada. They are carved with stylized ...
Information about traditional and contemporary American Indian totem poles, with
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Mar 31, 2011 ... Totem Poles: Myth and Fact. From cultural emblems to kitsch souvenirs, it seems
everyone takes a different view of this iconic Northwest art ...
Oct 20, 2008 ... Along the northwestern coast of North America (America and Canada), some
Native Americans create totem poles. These totem poles are ...