A very large flensing knife blade, oblong shaped with a large flat point. Abundant lichen on one surface means it was lying on the ground for a long time. Collected on the Natkusiak Peninsula, Victoria Island, possibly Thule Inuit culture.
A long parka made of commercially tanned seal skin, trimmed with wolverine fur. The Holman Co-op was established in 1961, and started making seal skin mats, wall hangings, and coats for a developing Inuit arts and crafts market. This coat is one of their early models.
A parka made from arctic ground squirrel or 'sik-sik' fur, with a large wolverine and coyote fur sunburst hood ruff. The decorative geometric trim is caribou skin piecework. This fancy parka was designed and worn by Agnes Nanogak Goose.