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The poles were carved directly out of cedar trees, so some were up to 15 metres tall. Haida Totem Woodworking Woodworking, was an art form westwrn down from generation to generation, hats were routinely painted. This Haida cedar bark basket would have been used to collect clams.
Hats were particularly important for the Northwest people because they were used as protection from the rain. Basketry The Northwest Coast people used baskets for storage and timmes.
In Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwakw'wakw culture, and were also common at ceremonial feasts. Masks in copper was a of wealth. Painting baskets was common, like this Tlingit basket.
The plank was steamed and then bent at three corners and pegged together. Bentwood Boxes Bentwood boxes were made from a single cedar plank?
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The Haida had a transformation mask as a common wesgern was metamorphosis. It usually took help from most of the village to raise the totem pole.
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