Robert Yelton 'Squamish Nation Cultural Heritage'

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Scholarly level: 
Undergraduate student
Date created: 
2015-02-12
Keywords: 
Stanley Park
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Cultural revitalization
Totem pole
North Vancouver
Vancouver
Squamish Nation
Squamish healing
Songs
Dances
Carving
Urbanization
Indigenous environmental activism
Robert Yelton
Abstract: 

Robert Yelton is a renowned carver and artist, best known for his work as lead visionary for the first Squamish totem pole to be placed in Stanley Park, Vancouver British Columbia. He has also worked extensively as a drug and alcohol counselor and is instrumental in maintaining and promoting traditional Squamish culture.

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Language: 
English
Document type: 
Video
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