A totem pole is a monumental sculpture made from a large tree trunk
is carved and then painted.
Totem poles were particularly widespread among the Indians on the American northwest coast.
Contrary to what the first missionaries in British Columbia assumed,
totem poles have no religious significance. They were neither sacred nor worshiped, but had a social and political function.
Totem poles are now considered symbols of the identity of the indigenous peoples of North America and are
coveted again as works of art. Source: Wikipedia
The totem poles we use are originals from Little Big Horn