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raising the pole

Raising of the pole during a ceremony given by the Native Education Centre. The textual info is in WHERE THE PEOPLE GATHER or paperback TOTEM POLE CARVING.

Geographic Location: Native Education Centre

[Woman in wool cape]

Image is a posed portrait of a woman standing outdoors and wearing a short wool cape. Image appears to be reproduction that has been mounted on carte de visite. Inscription beneath image is illegible due to damage to emulsion on original image.

[West end of canoe log]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log. Cedar blocks and scraps cover the ground in image foreground. Parts of museum exterior and longhouse are visible in image background.

[West end of canoe log]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log. Cedar scraps cover the ground. A table with beaver bowl is visible on the south side of the canoe log. Parts of museum exterior and longhouse are visible in image background.

[West end of canoe log]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log with post attached. Cedar scraps and blocks cover the ground in image foreground. Totem poles and museum exterior are partially visible in image background. Longhouse exterior is partially visible on right side of image.

[West end of canoe log with MOA totems in background]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log, partially covered by plastic and other material. Cedar blocks and scraps cover the ground surrounding the log. Shrubbery, totem poles, and mountains are partially visible in image background.

[West end of canoe log with MOA totems in background]

Image is of the west end of the canoe log, partially covered by plastic and other material. Cedar blocks and scraps cover the ground surrounding the log. Shrubbery, totem poles, and mountains are partially visible in image background

[West Coast Indians B. C.]

Image is a posed group portrait of two men, three women, and a girl seated together on an elaborate tile floor. All people pictured are wearing blankets. In the center front of the people is a fur and a small woven basket. Photographer information printed on verso with the inscription "Mrs. R. Maynard, PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST, AND DEALER IN All KINDS OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS. Stereoscopic and Large Views of British Columbia and Vancouver Island for sale. Corner of Douglas and Johnson Sts, VICTORIA, B. C."

[Welcome ceremony]

Image is of Wayne and unidentified person during welcome ceremony. Four canoe paddles rest against side of canoe log.

[Welcome ceremony]

Image is of Joe David preparing to read for welcome ceremony. Crowd and family members are gathered in background.

[Welcome ceremony]

Image is of Isaac, Rob't, Norman, Joe David, and Joe David's daughter standing in front of intiial cuts to canoe log.

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