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    Totem poles Totem poles are important carvings, a type of Northwest Coastal art, consisting of poles, or posts, carved with symbols or figures. I am being required to make a fake totem pole. It will be made of a can wrapped with paper that has animals drawn on it. Totem poles serve many purposes, mine will be telling a story. This is my research on what four spirit animals, I think fit me best. Turtles take things slowly. They are very calm. They have emotional strength and understanding. Turtles have the determination and persistence. They are a symbol of the earth. They are wise.I am never in a hurry to get things done. I am always calm even during big tests.I have the determination to get things done. I feel like I am…

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    Meaning Of Totem Pole

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    Totem Pole Animal Meanings Essay What is a Totem Pole? First off, totem poles come from first nations and they are wood carvings on large trees. The carvings are spirit animals and every totem pole is different. I made an origami “Totem pole” for an assignment for a novel. My totem pole had many different animals on it that relate to me, and they are in order of past, present, and future. I will be explaining why I chose those specific animals for a specific time, such as, the past, present,…

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    Totem Pole Symbols

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    Totem Pole Essay Living in different states was very interesting, especially if you have lived in different parts of the country. Moving around applies to my past because I have lived in five states, each having a different climate. Since I am the person who moved and experienced different things, I am a person who likes adventure and to try new things. I want to go travel and explore different parts of the world in my life. On my totem pole, the symbols that represent me are stars, a brain,…

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    The totem poles are incredible works of art usually included some form of a bird on top. Usually, at the top of the totem pole proudly stands an eagle, but their styling made some of these carvings appear to be a combination of animals. Like in the totem to the right, the bird seems to have raccoon like ears. Also, The Chinook crafted canoes. These canoes were very important to the Chinooks, for if they did not create them, fishing would be difficult or impossible, trading would be much more…

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    The Haida Culture

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    Haida Culture The First Nation people who lived on the coastal bays/inlets of Haida Gwai in BC were the Haida culture. They were skilled traders and seafarers. They are known for their mostly known by their totem poles and their art work. They all of the Haida people belonged to two social groups. The two groups were the Raven and Eagle and also known as clans or moieties. Each family of a village was an independent entity. Clan membership was matrilineal. A group contained more than 20…

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    The Haida Gwaii Tribe

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    side of the canoe and on the paddles. The bow and stern would be added separately. The canoes could sometimes hold up to 60 people. They were not just used for transportation, but also for hunting animals like seals and whales. The Haida religion is very differential from other more common religion. They classify animals as shapeshifting, and intelligent humans. Their “god” was the mighty thunderbird, the most powerful spirit animal. They also had a lot of big ceremonial feasts and potlatches. …

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    Totem poles were important to the Haida’s for their family. A totem pole was like a family tree. It was mostly used for recording the family’s records and all the achievement’s that past family members have made. The totem pole was cut then craved from a tree. “Examples of traditional Haida arts and architecture may be seen at the Haida Heritage Centre at Kay Llnagaay, near the town of Skidegate in Haida Gwaii.” That’s we’re the art was started and located. The memorial pole is a totem pole that…

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    Isidore E. Sharpe Dr. John H. Walker RSO 101: Sociology of Religion 26 January 2017 Summary Paper Week 3 The Principal of Totemic Belief is not just about a particular belief or object; it is a variety of things, ranging from a group of ancestors or a single ancestor, to mystical, emotional, and reverential behaviors. The images of totemic being are more sacred than the totemic being itself (Monahan, page 23). The Totemic Principal can be the outward or visible form of god, as an emblem, a…

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    hogan. When First Man was first created by the Creator and the Holy People (Diyin Diné 'é), he needed a home, which they all worked together to plan. In the construction of the first hogan, the Blessingway ceremony was performed, where the chief hogan songs, one of the two types of hogan songs, were sung. (Wyman 1970, 11-13). In the hogan songs, the five basic foundation poles were built from precious jewels: the east pole (though it was two poles rather than one) was made from white shell, the…

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    Although the indoor trampoline park industry is unregulated, Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park is “safe, healthy, fun” because of its thorough rule system and differentiation from other parks. An indoor trampoline park is a new take on the outdoor “jump centres” that debuted in the 1960s, “located indoors, and have wall to wall trampolines to prevent people falling of the trampolines onto hard surfaces.” (Wikipedia, 2014) Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park first opened in 2004 in Las Vegas, Nevada…

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