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Totem Spoons

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Tracey Dovas

on 10 September 2014

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Totem Spoons
Totem poles were made to communicate and commemorate
Tribes made totem poles to tell stories about their past, their families, and events.

They included symbolism. Various animals were carved on each section of the totem pole to represent events or characteristics of the tribe or family.
Examples:
Eagle = strength, leadership
Beaver = wise, builder, artistic
Owl = wisdom, watchful, death
Our Project: Totem Spoons
A spoon is a symbol of sharing.
A totem tells a story.

Our Totem Spoons will tell a story about YOU using 3 symbols to represent yourself.
Examples
Totem poles are an ancient tradition of the Native American clans of the Pacific Northwest (US and Canada)
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