It was rededicated Tuesday after a three-year restoration by Terry Johnson, nephew of the Jamestown S’Klallam artist Brick Johnson who created it in 1971.
The Peninsula Daily News reports it was removed in 2011 to permit construction of the new Maier Performance Hall.
The pole features an eagle, whale, wolf and medicine man.
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