If you've been to Ketchikan or SE Alaska, you've probably seen a totem pole! Totem poles in this area represent a style of art, often from Tlingit or Haida clans, that signify family lineage, historical events, and ceremonial gatherings.
These poles are fundamental to understanding the culture and customs of the Pacific Northwest, both historically and in modern day.
Enjoy this fun Christmas ornament or decoration as a remembrance of your time in Ketchikan or Alaska!
Ornament made with solid brass and has the word "Ketchikan" written on the bottom front of the totem pole.