David Boxley dances next to the totem he carved that honors his sister-in-law Cindy James. James is portrayed holding her grandson Dominic on the pole.
David Boxley dances next to the totem he carved that honors his sister-in-law Cindy James. James is portrayed holding her grandson Dominic on the pole. Mike Siegel TNS
David Boxley dances next to the totem he carved that honors his sister-in-law Cindy James. James is portrayed holding her grandson Dominic on the pole. Mike Siegel TNS

A master carver creates a totem pole to honor his sister-in-law

June 29, 2017 10:34 AM

UPDATED June 29, 2017 10:35 AM

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