This is a bag made from smoked moose hide by an Athabaskan Indian. More elaborately beaded ones were made for trading to the
coastal Tlingit Indians-called "octopus bags".
This is a light weight birch bark canoe, used to navigate one of the many interior rivers of Athabaskan Indian territory.
The bark skin was attached to a spruce frame, and laced together with spruce root and pitch.
This Aleut hunting hat was made from carefully carved and bent driftwood, and decorated with bright pigments, ivory, beads,
and sealion whiskers. It helped protect hunters from cresting waves, and added a spiritual element to a hunters success.