Toronto Ontario ~ Canada ~ Iconic Totem Poles ~ 1933 ~ Entrance
Iconic: Totem Poles
Installed in 1933
These four totem poles, carved by the Nisgaa and Haida peoples of Canada’s Pacific Northwest Coast, commemorate family origins, rights, privileges, achievements and experiences. Standing just outside the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples, they been selected as one of the must-see treasures in the Royal Ontario Museum’s collection.
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