A 26-foot Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe totem pole was placed in front of the Northwest Maritime Center on Thursday. Created by master carver Dale Faulstich, the 1,600-pound art piece joins a carved canoe and signage at the Wooden Boat Chandlery. The job took about 90 minutes and over 100 people witnessed the work done by a crane operator and installation team. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

A 26-foot Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe totem pole was placed in front of the Northwest Maritime Center on Thursday. Created by master carver Dale Faulstich, the 1,600-pound art piece joins a carved canoe and signage at the Wooden Boat Chandlery. The job took about 90 minutes and over 100 people witnessed the work done by a crane operator and installation team. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

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