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Totem poles are monumental sculptures, a type of Northwest Coast art, consisting of poles, posts or pillars, carved with symbols or figures. They are usually made from large trees, mostly western red cedar, ...

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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.

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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 ...

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Totem poles in front of houses in Alert Bay, British Columbia in the 1900s. .... provide a sort of rot resistance, and the fire is made with chips carved from the pole.

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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  ...

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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  ...

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Find out how totem poles fit into Native American culture.

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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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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,  ...