People carve totem poles to mark notable events.
Totem poles were made by people of the Pacific Northwest.
Yes the aboriginals did build totem poles
yes, some people still carve totem poles.
yes there are because people make totem poles and sell them for double the price
i think totem poles are important because they are valuble and people in the past made them by hand.
Cherokee Indians did, do not have totem poles. Northwest tribes were the only people to carve them.
they made totem poles to scare away the evil spirits
Totem poles were first created by the First Nations of the Pacific Northwest. The totem poles were made out of red cedar and would represent the history, events or people of the tribe.
people rock climb the totem poles.
It is an opinion
yes Mayans did have totem poles
NO! They didn't make totem poles!!!!!!
Yes, the People of the Plateau where the one of the few native tides who made totem poles. Today you can find a vast amount of tall, and beautiful totem poles in BC along the sores.
Totem poles are usually decorated with people and animals. Some have writing or ancient writing as well as pictures of places.
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.