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Totem pole

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Totem poles are monumental sculptures carved on poles, posts, or pillars with symbols or ..... Early tools used to carve totem poles were made of stone, shell, or bone, but beginning in the late 170...

What Is a Totem Pole? | Wonderopolis

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Some totem poles represent stories or important events. On these poles, each figure on the totem represents part of a story. These totems are used as a way to  ...

Totem Poles *** - Native Indian Tribes

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Visit this site for information about Native American Totem Poles. ... Burial Pole - totem poles were used as grave markers, grave posts or mortuary totem poles ...

Northwest Coast totem pole myths | Burke Museum

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The term "totem pole" refers to the tall cedar poles with multiple figures carved by Native people of the northern Northwest Coast. Several different types of ...

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

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Information about traditional and contemporary American Indian totem poles, with links to totem pole carvers from several tribes.

Totem Pole - The Canadian Encyclopedia

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Mar 23, 2015 ... The totem pole is a monument created by Northwest Coast ... “Shame poles” were a less common element of the tradition, but were used to ...

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 Poles - Crystalinks

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Totem poles are monumental sculptures carved from great trees, typically .... The poles used for public ridicule are usually called "shame poles", and were ...

Totem Poles: Heraldic Columns of the Northwest Coast

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The term "totem pole" is not a native Northwest Coast phrase. In fact, the use of the ... Many Years ago the Haidas used to live at North Island. It stormed for many  ...

Totem pole - New World Encyclopedia

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Totem poles are monumental sculptures carved from great trees, typically .... The poles used for public ridicule are usually called "shame poles," and were ...

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The Special Meaning of Native American Indian Totem Poles

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Long ago totem poles were found to stand 40 feet tall. Today Indian artists continue to carve trees but some are short and used in homes as decoration.

Totem Poles - Indigenous Foundations

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Totem poles are monuments created by First Nations of the Pacific Northwest to .... who mistakenly believed totem poles were used in shamanistic rituals.

NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN TOTEM POLE FACTS

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Totem Poles - a list of facts about this amazing Native American Indian art form. ... they sculpted totem poles, how they made them, and what materials they used.