yes Mayans did have totem poles
NO! They didn't make totem poles!!!!!!
Depending on where the totem pole was made, or what culture it came from, totem poles where made from diffrent materials. Indians where most commonly known for wooden totem poles, but mayans totem poles where made from stones, like limestone.
Totem poles are and were made from large tree trunks.
The totem poles were made to tell stories of the past
No they did not make totem poles.
Yes the kwakiutl built totem poles.
No, the Sioux did not have totem poles. The totem poles were a part of some of the Northwestern tribes' culture. They told the story of the people's heritage.
Totem poles are made in British Columbia and U.S.A and Africa
You can find totem poles in British Columbia, Canada
What was the significance of the characters carved on totem poles?
Yes the aboriginals did build totem poles
Totem poles belong to the culture of the Native Americans.
Yes they did the totem poles tole their family history
Totem Poles originate from Northen America. This is where the Native Americans lived.
The Cherokee did not use, or have 'totem poles.'
People carve totem poles to mark notable events.
There is a variety of animals on totem poles. You can put as many as you like. =)
Totem poles represent a cultures beliefs and the thoughts of the culture.
Totem poles were made by people of the Pacific Northwest.
The Aztecs built totem poles to represent peace and joy
The role that the totem poles play is that they summon the spirits of your totem and then your totems will always be with you and they will help you.
Totem poles were only built by tribes on the Pacific coast.
yes, some people still carve totem poles.