First Nations Totem poles, Stanley Park, Vancouver - stock photo

Part of the totem poles displayed at Brockton Point, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC. These totem poles are pieces of BC First Nations artistry. Four of the original totems were from Alert Bay on Vancouver Island; additional pieces were from the Queen Charlotte Islands and rivers Inlet on the central coast of BC.Because many of the original totems were carved as early as the 1880s, they have been sent to museums for preservation. The totems at Brockton Point are new ones commissioned or loaned to the park between 1986 and 1992.
Part of the totem poles displayed at Brockton Point, Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC. These totem poles are pieces of BC First Nations artistry. Four of the original totems were from Alert Bay on Vancouver Island; additional pieces were from the Queen Charlotte Islands and rivers Inlet on the central coast of BC.Because many of the original totems were carved as early as the 1880s, they have been sent to museums for preservation. The totems at Brockton Point are new ones commissioned or loaned to the park between 1986 and 1992.
First Nations Totem poles, Stanley Park, Vancouver
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