Art of the Totem
Totem Poles of the Northwest Coastal IndiansBook - 1984
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.
Publisher: Surrey, B.C. ; Wash., U.S.A. : Hancock House, c1984
Branch Call Number: REF 730.8997 BAR 1984 NVD
Characteristics: 64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 22 cm