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What is a peace pole?

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Recently I was on the edge of a conversation when a peace pole was being discussed. I know about totem poles, fishing poles and telephone poles. One can participate in a Gallup poll and some children like to catch tadpoles, but what is a peace pole?

My curiosity aroused, I turned to the World Wide Web to find out. Several sites provided information including The Peace Pole Project, The Original Peace Pole Makers, Peace Foundation and of course, Wikipedia.

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