A game bag made of netted caribou hide babiche, decorated with ribbon appliqué, wool tassels and ochre. Matt Murphy, a trapper in the area east of Great Slave Lake, obtained this bag on his way home to Peace River in 1926.
A flattened, irregular-shaped piece of laminated mulberry paper from a World War II Japanese air balloon bomb that was recovered near Hay River in June 1945. The Japanese launched approximately 9,300 of these hydrogen filled balloons in 1944 and 1945, and they were carried in the jet stream to North America. Most balloons carried small bombs and they were intended to cause panic, chaos and start forest fires.