Art of the Totem: Totem Poles of the Northwest Coastal Indians

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Hancock House, 1984 - Art - 64 pages
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Majestic spires, reminders of ages past, pierce the Northwest Coast forest. These totem poles, as well as ones now in parks and museums, are a medium through which modern day anthropologists can learn much about the past cultures of the great Northwest Coast Indian tribes. The carved figures on the totem poles illustrate a multitude of fascinating myths and tribal traditions.

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Origin of Totem art
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Haida
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