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A long time ago totem Poles were 40 feet tall. Now they are all different sizes, Today they are just cutting down trees for poles. Some trees are short and those trees are used for decoration in homes. Now Totem Poles are not being made as much as they used to. There are not as many Totem Poles passed down from generations because they are decaying and rotting.
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Join the Discussion. Christopher shock Oct 1, If they used the poles is represented something like their older family. They did make them. Oct 3, Hi Christopher. Thanks for sharing your opinion. Xavier the Kid who like wonder Nov 8, Elmo Nov 5, Nov 7, KLR May 12, James MC, Mrs. Caplins, and all others who may read this email. I apologize for the intervention of my comments. I am a genealogist of 40 years and enjoy researching and teaching genealogy research to all ages.
If you wish, you may delete those messages. I have not lost my wondering mind for I love to learn new and exciting things and love to listen and watch all generations learn and grow. You may contact for anything you need. Another reason why they created the Totem poles is to designate how many smaller tribes there are within the main tribe.
Each tribe takes on figures' name. Example: Hopi tribe would have the crow tribe, the fox tribe, the frog tribe, etc. Each tribe would have a sub-chief When the Main Chief would call a council meeting for the Hopi tribe all sub chiefs and elders would meet together or the entire tribe would meet.
Why and what would you think the Main Chief would have a meeting about? Jun 21, Thank you for sharing this additional information, KLR! Caedenanderson Dec 14, Dec 19, Ashley Jan 18, A totem pole is a wooden pole that Native - Americans used to carve stories. Apr 16, Jan 25, Great description, Ashley! Ashley Oct 16, Oct 24, Foong S W Jul 20, Jul 21, School Jun 2, I am full Native American and my grandmother has 3 really totem poles from her great great great grandma.
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That is what we did we would sit on the front porch of my house widiling sticks our dad bought me and my brother two pocket knifes they where matching pocket knifes. The first thing me and my brother did with our new knifes I bet that you can guess what me and my brother did with our new knifes, your right we started widiling while where siting on the front porch widiling I saw that my brother had a crack in his new knife.
So I askes him how did you crack your new knife, he looked at the crack and said how did that happen. He didn 't care about it that much so we just kept widiling we where where good at widiling we would do it all day. They used wooden poles and caribou skin to make the tents. First thing the Inuit did to build Igloos was they would hollow out a space up to thirty feet in diameter and two feet in depth Then the Inuit would make a long knife and cut blocks of snow three feet long and one and half feet wide and six inches thick Then the Inuit would stack the ice blocks in circular rows Then to build a skylight they would they would fit a clear block of ice into the.
I was born on May 3, in New Haven, Vermont. My father, who came from England, owned a farm. He had me do most of the work. I would go hunting and sometimes not return for the next two days. I would explore the forest and the river and come back with a load of game. Andrew Kehoe was born on February 1,, Michigan. Andrew kehoe was responsible for one of the largest-school related mass murders in the United States.
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For more than years, the Bermingham family has been serving the community through the Elmira Fire Department. After the seventeen months of arduous travel across the west, we finally reached the Great Salt Lake Valley. Brigham announced once we arrived that this was the right place for us to live. One year has since passed, and thousands of Mormons have flooded into the valley. Within days of our arrival, preparation began to assemble our town.
Crops such as potatoes and corn were planted to sustain us during the coming winter and prepare seeds for the following spring. In the early summer of June, my uncle Edgard and I were in the forest cutting down cedar trees by using a stone ax to reconstruct our house. When we got back to the village our clan decided to build a rectangular house with the measurement of 25 meters long and 15 meters wide.
The longhouse was first constructed by raising a strong frame of dresses cedar logs, which were then faced with cedar planks. While the others were working on the house I helped carve the totem pole which was used to support the longhouse placed in front.
The totem pole is also used to tell our clan 's story of its origins and deeds. After a couple of months, the longhouse and totem pole was finally finished in the late summer. During that time a bunch of salmon 's. Show More. Samul May Analysis Words 5 Pages Samuel hunted and trapped animals to support himself during this time but soon he found work as a carpenter.
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Northwest coast houses were made from enormous logs, thus it is higher as compared from those Iroquois longhouses. Related families share their belongings, i. However they have a separate cooking area. The fronts of their houses are covered with paintings of spirits and heroes.
They also had their entrances painted like a mouth of a monster. Totem poles stood outside their houses. This history and importance of the family where the totem pole is located is being reflected Kehoe, It is carved usually from a large tree trunk. The family adopts an animal which they regard as the guardian of the family thus they use it as a design that becomes the representation of the owner of the totem pole.
This is also the reason behind the name of the totem pole. He mentioned on the carved and the painted house fronts, the art on the doorways and some posts that were erect in front of the houses. It was also speculated that the totem pole erection was stimulated by the contact with the Europeans. Since the Europeans have brought new wealth and other materials that they offered to the chieftains, these have added to the wealth that the chiefs have accumulated.
During this time, the elaborately carved and painted totem poles became the new means of displaying the prestige and status of the tribal leaders. This was also been demonstrated through the potlatch ceremony of the American Indians. The professional carvers used steel blades and other tools that were introduced by the Europeans in making the more elaborate totem poles.
During this time, there was a demand for taller and more complex totem poles. Due to their desire to display their wealth, families built more poles and there were even some large villages that boasted more than seventy poles. Although the Europeans have brought with them great wealth, they have also brought diseases which was the reason of the decrease in population of the native Americans. Due to the conflict of belief, the Christian missionaries discouraged the carving of totem poles among the American Indians.
The Canadian government also outlawed the potlatch ceremonies. As a result of the increase tension between the American Indians and European settlers, the Native Americans have opted to leaved their houses and villages. Their totem poles decayed and some were even brought down to be used as firewood by the Europeans. The Europeans have realized the value of the totem poles in the trading market thus they removed it and sold it to the collectors around the world.
This exploitation happened between and Owing to the efforts of the people in British Columbia in Vancouver, in the University of British Columbia commenced a totem pole restoration project. They began to search and restore the remaining standing totem poles in their country. They also encouraged the carving of new totem poles to preserve the Native American heritage.
In line with this, they have included in the curriculum of the schools in Vancouver teaching the traditional carving techniques. Due to these efforts, there is now a growing interest in the totem pole craft as well as the culture and tradition and the arts of the American Indians. This way of thinking is also observed among the people in Malaysia, Africa and Guinea.
However, it is exceptionally evident among the Native Americans and Aboriginal Australians. These people often regard their totems as a guardian with supernatural powers and thus they have high regards to it. The descendants of these people may be traced to an original totemic ancestor which then becomes a symbol of the group. Totem Pole SymbolsIn the present day, there are several artists who still continue the art of making or carving totem poles.
They use the symbols that were also used by the Native American Indian wood carvers. One of these artists is George Gulli from Victor, Montana who is a second generation totem pole carver who still follows the traditional way of making totem poles. He also used the general symbols used in carving totem poles. Some of the symbols that he used are raven, sea turtle, thunderbird, eagle, wolf, bear, frog, otter, bear, owl, and killer whale.
The raven symbolizes the mercurial trickster of Northwest Coast Native lore. The sea turtle is the representation of Mother Earth and the thunderbird is a mythological bird, which is known to kill whales and creates lightning by blinking its eyes. The eagle means intelligent and resourceful while the wolf is considered to be a very powerful totem which helps people in need or sick.
The bear symbolizes the teacher and the frog is known for bringing wealth. The otter is the symbol for laughter due to its mischievous nature and salmon is a symbol for instinct and persistence. The owl is a symbol for respect and the killer whale is honored as a symbol of strength and braveness. They conduct a ceremony during the process of erection.
A wooden scaffold is built for this purpose. Hundreds of men help together in hauling the pole in an upright position into its footing. Some men are also assigned in steadying the pole using beams formed into a cross. After fastening the pole in a safe position in its location, a potlatch is being held. During this ceremony the artist of the said totem pole is being paid. During this moment also, the carver will do a celebratory dance around the pole while waving around the tools that were used for the creation of the totem pole.
Before the pole was erected, the base was burned for rot resistance and for it to fasten well with the soil. The fire that was used was made of wood chips that were carved from the pole itself. The common features that the totem poles share among other wooden crafts along the coast is the surface finish on the wood, as described in TotemPole. This is the last step in making the totem pole and is also the most demanding part. This judges the quality of the pole.
This consists of fine cuts of which were incised in a parallel manner and all the unpainted surface of the pole were covered by this and also follows the contours of the sculpture. The surface finish of a pole is the main criteria for judgment of a fine and well sculptured pole.
Other criteria are smoothness and regularity, ways the carver worked with the imperfections of the wood, and by the cleanliness of the adzing of the contours. The surface finishing of a pole is universal along the entire coast regardless of the style of the pole. This is also a quick way to judge the authenticity of the pole and the experience of the carver.
As imparted in TotemPole. In traditional ways, after the wood rots and leans to an angle where it poses danger to the people near by, the pole is either destroyed or being pushed over then removed. Some poles even fall over during the storms that hammer the coast.
For preservation purposes, a collapsed pole is sometimes being replaced by a new one which resembles the old one. It should have the same subject matter but due to additional expenses, i. Although some people regard the rotting of the poles as lack of maintenance, the natives believed that this is just a representation of the deterioration that all living things undergo through.
For the natives, this is just a natural process of decay and death. For them, this process should not be hindered because it is denying of the natural process that occurs in nature. However, some people opted to occasionally renew the paint and perform some restorations on the pole because they cannot afford to have another pole built. The owners of the totem poles today see the restoration as a necessary investment for their property thus they ignore the philosophical implications or meanings of the pole and its deterioration.
Due to this conflict of beliefs some people have regarded the conservation of the totem poles as unethical. They are afraid that the art of totem building will die out and so as the culture of these people. The decayed part of the wood is being cut and a deep grove is being cut at the back of the pole. The surface of this grove is then treated with creosote for prevention of further decay.
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