Published April 28, 2004
by Subway Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||80|
: The Totem Poles in Stanley Park (Classic Reprint) (): Goodfellow, John C.: Books. The Totem Poles in Stanley Park book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturall. The text provides basic info on Northwest Coast aboriginal art, how totem poles are carved, and how to identify common crest figures. It also details each of the individual Stanley Park poles, from their carved figures to the stories of the pole or the artists who created it. At $, The Totem Poles of Stanley Park is an incredible resource. : The Totem Poles Of 'Stanley' Park () by Jensen, Vickie and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices.
The Totem Poles of Stanley Park book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Be the first to ask a question about The Totem Poles of Stanley Park Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list» Community Reviews/5(3). Our Books TOTEM POLES AND THE LURE OF STANLEY PARK By Vickie Jensen Wholesale discounts apply – Please contact us for more information. Format: Pages; Photos, mostly colour ISBN: List Price: $ USD/CDN + tax. This is a gem. (Picture book) Looking at Totem Poles by Hilary Stewart. Not a children’s book, this is an excellent guide to the + totem poles in British Columbia and Alaska, with background about the Northwest Coast culture, includes detailed descriptions of the totem poles in Stanley Park. (Guidebook) ——. The First Nations Totem Poles in Stanley Park in Vancouver, British Columbia are the most visited attraction in Vancouver, British Columbia, and possibly all of Canada! There are a number of beautiful totem poles in Stanley Park at 2 different locations within the park. All but 3 of the totem poles along with 3 Welcome Gateways are located in a beautiful meadow setting at Brockton Point in.
Getting to the Stanley Park Totem Poles. The totem poles are located at Brockton Point, in the eastern corner of Stanley Park. Drivers will find pay parking along Stanley Park Drive, directly in front of the totems; walkers and bikers can reach the totem in just 10 - 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver. Book/Printed Material The totem poles in Stanley Park. About this Item. Title The totem poles in Stanley Park Contributor Names Goodfellow, John C. Art, Historical and Scientific Association of Vancouver, B.C. Created / Published Vancouver, B.C., The Art Historical and Scientific Association . All Books Children's Books School Books History Fiction Travel & Holiday Arts & Photography Mystery & Suspense Business & Investing Books HistoryAuthor: John Goodfellow. The ninth and most recent totem pole, carved by Robert Yelton of the Squamish Nation, was added to Brockton Point in Raven: Spirit of Transformation After the windstorm of that devastated Stanley Park, small pieces of wood were given to local woodworkers and craftspeople.