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Cut and Assemble a Totem Pole in Full Color
Clear step-by-step instructions and diagrams show papercrafters of all ages how to construct a sturdy, four-foot-high totem pole, based on actual religious and cultural symbols carved by American Indians of the Pacific Northwest. Full-color model incorporates richly exotic human and animal figures in vibrant hues. Great project for home or classroom.
Hardcover, 0 pages
Published March 1st 1991 by Dover Publications
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I have to say this wasn't what I thought it would be. Instead of actually carving a Totem Pole, you are making little origami and gluing it to a little wood stick. And by stick the book means a 6 and a half by 6 and a half inch flat plank. (try local craft store) it seems easy enough, but buy two of this cut out book in case you mess up the first one. And keep a third in case you want the diagram to try and carve a real Totem Pole. (Not actual size. But more power to you if you can.)