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"The inside passages of Alaska with its notorious fog shrouded coastal islands have given birth to sea monsters, giant birds and clams, the feared land otter men, as well as Raven. Raven the trickster, the transformer, the hero of numerous stories from Russia down through Canada."
The totem poles of southeast Alaska are the focal point of the vibrant photographs and illustrations which enhance the poems that take you on a journey into the realm of Creator Raven.
A beautiful dramatized audio of the poem "The Perfect Tree"
A video of ravens
Maps of Prince of Wales Island
"Legends in Wood; Stories of the Totems" was first published in 2002 by Greatland Classic Sales.
About the Author:
Pamela Rae Huteson is both Thlingit and Haida from Prince of Wales Island in SE Alaska. Ms Huteson has also written and illustrated "Transformation Masks"; and written for entries for three encyclopedias, and a reference book. Also, in 1998 she was a prize winner in the Poetry division for her poem "The Potlatch Before Christmas."
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