A ‘Victor Orthophonic Victrola’ record player in a floor cabinet console. The player handle was cranked by hand to play a record. Owner Henry Lafferty was a long-time employee and interpreter for the Hudson’s Bay Company and Northern Traders in Behchoko (Fort Rae). He worked for the HBC for 45 years and had access to items sold at stores or available through catalogues. It came with vinyl records that include tuns by Benson All Star Orchestra, Hal Kemp and his Orchestra, and Joe Green’s Novelty Marimba Band.
A child carrier made of wool stroud fabric with moose hide tying straps at both ends. The maker said that the beadwork pattern is '‘like they did in the old days’'. She copied the pattern from a baby belt made for her many years ago.
A canoe of Tlicho design made from birch bark, with bow and stern deck plates to keep waves from splashing inside. It was built by Tlicho chief Jimmy Bruneau. Consisting of bark panels stitched together with spruce root, sealed with spruce gum. The gunwales are lashed with spruce root. In 1996, this canoe was used as a model for a project to document and construct a traditional birch bark canoe.