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Totem Poles

Fox, Jennifer

(Book - 2001)
Totem Poles
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All Aboard Reading!How do people pass on their legends and their history without written language? For Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest, it was through totem poles. In a book children can read all by themselves, they will discover many fascinating facts about these legendary "storytellers;" how a totem pole was made; the different kinds of totem poles; what the poles mean; and much more. The text is easy and engaging and the beautiful illustrations by Allan Eitzen have the look of woodcuts.

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Publisher: New York : Grosset & Dunlap, 2001
ISBN: 0448424231
0448424762
Branch Call Number: j 970.1 F836t 2001
Characteristics: 46 p. :,col. ill. ;,24 cm
Additional Contributors: Eitzen, Allan Illustrator

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How do people pass on their legends and their history without written language? For Native American tribes in the Pacific Northwest, it was through totem poles. This book includes how a totem pole was made; the different kinds of totem poles; what the poles mean; and much more.


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