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Michael LaPaglia
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Groundspeak, Inc.



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Hidden : 02/28/2007
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Loads of nearby parking, not located on any artifacts or beyond any of the barriers. Easy access

"People come from far away for her advice", as they should! This totem pole was carved by kwakwaka'wakw carver Ellen Neel and her Uncle Mungo Martin. Neel was the first woman Northwest Coast carver. This example of her carving was commissioned by Woodward's Department Store (another Vancouver landmark) in 1955. It is on loan from UBC's Museum of Anthroplogy - a great place to learn more about carving, poles and all things Northwest. If you go, you should look for another example of Neel's carving outside of Brock Hall (Thunderbird Totem Pole at
N 49 16.109 W 123 15.149)

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