Totem Bight State Historical Park
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Totem Bight State Historical Park
The Forest Service established Totem Bight State Historical Park in 1938 as a place to repair or replace historic totem poles that had been damaged, and to teach wood carving to a new generation of Native Alaskan artists. Today, the site features 14 totem poles at a picturesque location overlooking the Tongass Narrows, alongside a replica of a clan house like the ones native peoples would have lived in with several families sharing one building.
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