Dale Campbell

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Dale Campbell (born 1954) is a Canadian First Nations carver from the Tahltan nation of northern British Columbia.

Early life and education[edit]

Dale Campbell was born in Prince Rupert, B.C., in 1954. Her ancestry is Tahltan from Telegraph Creek. She is of the Wolf clan.

In 1972 Campbell began an apprenticeship with the Tahltan carver Dempsey Bob and has also worked with the Haida carver Freda Diesing.

Totem poles[edit]

She specializes in carving totem poles and masks, including a 1982 totem pole carved for the Museum of Northern British Columbia in Prince Rupert.


  • Jensen, Doreen, and Polly Sargent (1986) Robes of Power: Totem Poles on Cloth. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.