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Burger Barn Starting The Trail Young Orca With Mom Watching Orca From The Boat Males Females And Pups On Rock Bald Eagle On Rock Nara In The Back Of Boat Beach Side At Camp Site Pultney Point Lighthouse With Fog Horns Bikes Loaded On Ferry Bench With AView Of Marina Ferry Into Sointula Sandy Beach Tidepooling Ocean Side Of Museum Waiting For Ferry Back Rusting Dodge At Telegraph Cove Rhinoceros Aucklet Orca Breaching Composite Light Colored River
Nimpkish Hotel Nimpkish Hotel
John Harvey Photo > John's Overnight Page > Port Mc Neill > Nimpkish Hotel

Fallen Pole Fallen Pole
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New Pole With Weathered Poles Behind New Pole With Weathered Poles Behind
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Looking At Burrial Grounds Looking At Burrial Grounds
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Weathered Halibut Weathered Halibut
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Riding Through Town Riding Through Town
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Alert Bay Hotel Alert Bay Hotel
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Eagle In Front I really like this composition - I wish I had seen other combinations like this.
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Waiting For Ferry Back Waiting For Ferry Back
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Nimpkish Burial Grounds

This is the Nimpkish Burial Grounds - east end looking west.  The closest  pole was build in th 1970's to honor Mungo Martin -
a chief in the Kwakiutl band and a great artist that carved many replicate poles that preserved native history and
helped revive the native culture after dark history of later 1800's, early 1900's.  The pole was carved by Henry Hunt and Tony Hunt -
and was the first pole raised in Alert Bay in 40 years.

-- from a book by Hilary Stewart called "Looking at Totem Poles"

John Harvey Photo > Mid Coast of BC on the Curve of Time > Port McNiell to Hanson Island via Alert Bay > Nimpkish Burial Grounds