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.
An adze blade fragment made from a piece of green nephrite, excavated at Cache Point, a large Thule Inuit whaling village. Cache Point is located atop a bluff on Richards Islands in the East Channel of the Mackenzie Delta.
An igloo made from seal skin, hand stitched with white nylon thread by Bessie Andreason. The interior of the igloo includes a sleeping bench, tools, a woman holding a baby, and a man reclining on a bench smoking a pipe. Collected by Reverend Leonard Holman who lived in Aklavik and Inuvik from 1955 to 1975.