Lantern Press Image of the Day: Indian Totem Pole, Pioneer Square, Seattle

November 22, 2017


In 1899, a group of businessmen stole a Tlingit totem pole and placed it in Pioneer Place Park. When an arsonist destroyed the pole in 1938, the city sent the pieces back to the Tlingit tribe, who carved a new one and gave it to Seattle (after finally getting paid for the one that was originally stolen).

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