Totem Pole


Saturday, September 07, 2002

In the Northwest, native people carve totem poles to remember great figures or commemorate a clan victory. But a totem pole can also be created to remember darker things. Harriet Baskas looks at a particular totem pole and the people trying to preserve what's left of it.


Harriet Baskas

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