The bag is made of loon skin with a cotton lining. The handle is woven porcupine quills backed to caribou hide. The bag was originally owned by George Pinsky, a store owner and fur trader in Fort Resolution. In 1962, Mr. Pinsky described the bag as have being 'made many years ago'.
A bag made of caribou leg skins and caribou hide. Elizabeth Chocolate says it takes almost a whole day to sew a bag. People use these 'grub' bags while travelling on the land and for keeping 'dry' meat.