The totem pole was removed from its Gig Harbor location of more than 30 years. The 28-foot-tall totem pole, carved by Dave Davies from Western red cedar, was donated by the Ulsh family to the city for refurbishment and relocation.
The totem pole was removed from its Gig Harbor location of more than 30 years. The 28-foot-tall totem pole, carved by Dave Davies from Western red cedar, was donated by the Ulsh family to the city for refurbishment and relocation. Courtesy
The totem pole was removed from its Gig Harbor location of more than 30 years. The 28-foot-tall totem pole, carved by Dave Davies from Western red cedar, was donated by the Ulsh family to the city for refurbishment and relocation. Courtesy

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