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Beyond the museum

Outside Vancouver’s Anthropology Museum was the Haida house exhibit. This group of First Nation buildings were from those who inhabited the Queen Charlotte Islands. The buildings were constructed back in the early 1960s under the guidance of First Nation artist, Bill Reid. He even carved some of the house poles and free standing Haida poles. Continue reading Beyond the museum

Museum of Anthropology

I’m not a big fan of museums, but this Vancouver museum deserved another visit. Situated on Musqueam land, it housed First Nation every day objects and totem poles from all over British Columbia. Continue reading Museum of Anthropology