FMNH 18982.nosub[1]

  • 85482: Cedar totem pole represents two
    Photographer:Charles H. Carpenter
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Cedar totem pole represents two human figures.
  • 18981: Carved red cedar wood house post
    Photographer:Ron Testa : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Carved red cedar wood house post or totem poles. Represents a man holding a swan. The feathers of this bird were important in the Skhwaikhwey dance. On display
  • 79716: Totem pole 79716 upper crest
    Photographer:Ron Testa : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Totem pole 79716 upper crest represents an eagle above (lower crest) a beaver. One main totem shown with six others in the background. Left to Right: 18981, 18982, 18640. To the right of the pole are: 85482, 79787, 79788. Empty exhibit cases with no glass are visible. Sign for East Court above. Field Columbian Museum
  • 18982: Carved red cedar house post
    Photographer:Ron Testa : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Carved red cedar house post. Represents a Skhwaikhwey dancer with mask and shell rattle. [pre] before conservation, in Hall 10.
  • 18982: Carved red cedar house post

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Carved red cedar house post. Represents a Skhwaikhwey dancer with mask and shell rattle. [pre] before conservation, in Hall 10.
  • 85482: Totem pole in old Hall 10

    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Totem pole in old Hall 10 exhibit, before conservation.
Catalog Number: 18982.nosub[1]
Description: house post
Materials: cedar wood
Cultural Attribution: Salish, Coastal
Locality: North America, Canada, British Columbia, Vancouver Island
Accession Number: [988] World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology (Gift)
Accession Year:
Continent: North America
Country: Canada
Province/State: British Columbia
Collector/Source: World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology
IRN: 1093758
GUID: 2d65ec6c-618a-44db-83ba-2f7c82831d19