Alfred Wesley

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Alfred Wesley

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1865-1933

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Alfred Wesley was a First Nations artist. His father was Haida and his mother was Haisla. He spent most of his life in Kitimaat. He learned to carve when he travelled with his family to Haida Gwaii in 1890, where he learned from several local artists. He is best known for his model totem poles.

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