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Tlingit Native Alaskan totem pole carving located at the University of Alaska museum in Fairbanks. Everyone's Grandfather This 20ft pole shows three figures from top to bottom: Eagle, Wolf, and Bear. The pole honors the Wolf Clan and tells the story of how a man claimed the Wolf Clan. The name represents the process of learning from one generation to another.
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Photo ID#: 201161-09

Totem pole

Tlingit Native Alaskan totem pole carving located at the University of Alaska museum in Fairbanks. Everyone's Grandfather This 20ft pole shows three figures from top to bottom: Eagle, Wolf, and Bear. The pole honors the Wolf Clan and tells the story of how a man claimed the Wolf Clan. The name represents the process of learning from one generation to another.
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