An 'Edison Amberola 30' phonograph that played wax cylinders. The internal horn on this machine has been removed and the box is missing its wooden front grille. The 'Blue Amberol' cylinder on the playing cylinder is The Rocky Road to Dublin. This phonograph was used in Detah homes into the 1940s.
A jacket made of caribou hide and beaded black velvet with hare fur trim. This jacket is patterned after historic 'chief's coats' that combined a European open front with traditional decorative patterns and materials. It was worn by Tlicho chief Alexis Arrowmaker at the 1975 Treaty Days celebrations.