Caption: Wolf figure sits above bear figure on this house pole at 'Ksan Historical Village in northern British Columbia. Totem poles tell stories, identify clans, commemorate historical events, honor (or dishonor) people, and much more. The symbols carved on them often represent animals, spirits and people. The wolf is a symbol of intelligence and leadership. The bear is a symbol of strength and humility. Both also served as crests for many clans.

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Keywords: american indian, art, bear, british columbia, ceremonial, ceremony, first nation, hazelton, ksan historical village, native american, northwest coast, northwest coast totem pole, totem pole, wolf

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Northwest Coast totem pole

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