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GyaaGang (House 9 -front pole) Haida: Gangxid KiiGawa Clan SGaang Gwaay Linagaay (Ninstints, Haida Gwaii, BC) Red cedar, 1860 or earlier BC Totem Pole Preservation Committee purchase, 1957 A50018  Photo: Don Hitchcock 2012 Source and text: Display, Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia  Additional text: Stewart (1993)

GyaaGang (House-front pole) Haida: Gangxid KiiGawa Clan SGaang Gwaay Linagaay (Ninstints, Haida Gwaii, BC) Red cedar, 1860 or earlier Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia

totem pole

totem pole- would be really fun project. could cover some symbolism behind different things represented in totem poles. each student could choose their own animals/symbols to represent themselves.

Marla Wilson (Alberta)-Old Sentinel ~ My precious Uncle Rody used to love to tell me about the Totem carvings & Poles at Thunderbird Park on Victoria Island, BC. That was another favorite place for them to visit. My Aunts & Uncle drove up to Canada once every year & stayed about a month. Driving all over & visiting both family & the memories of growing up there. The time was never right for me to go with ~ and how terribly I regret that now...going to school, raising a child, work...sigh

Marla Wilson (Alberta)-Old Sentinel ~ My precious Uncle Rody used to love to tell me about the Totem carvings & Poles at Thunderbird Park on Victoria Island, BC. That was another favorite place for them to visit. My Aunts & Uncle drove up to Canada o