Lelooska Museum is a Native American Kwakwaka'wakw (Kwakiutl) cultural museum in Ariel, Washington, United States. It was established in 1977. Collections include baskets, parfleches, corn husk bags, dolls, spoons, cradles, moccasins, tomahawks, pipes, pipe bags, dresses, a 15-foot birch bark canoe and a replica fur trade store. The foundation operating the museum also conducts classes in woodcarving and other native skills, and demonstrations of dance and basket weaving. Lelooska, for whom the foundation is named, was a master carver of totem poles, one of which is displayed at the Christchurch International Airport in New Zealand, and another at the Oregon Zoo.
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