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A pair of Snowshoes that were crafted by hand. Made from moose hide and wood.

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Wampum Belts - These two belts are copies of the original belts which are currently being held by Kitigan Zibi Elder, William Commanda - keeper of the belts.

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Birch bark medicine basket with beaver design

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This hand carved wooden turtle medicine pot, also features a detailed bear handle. An example of the craftmenship of Clifford Meness

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Beaver Pelt - An example of life on the trapline which was, for many people, a way of life and a source of income.

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Leather Boots - Boots worn by Jim Brascoupe, father of Albert Brascoupe. They are over sixty years old.

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Cradle Board - A necessity for mother long ago. They were able to travel and carry their babies everywhere. It is made from cedar wood (lightweight).

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A hand made drum featuring very detailed wildlife designes and a enclosed in a wooden frame.

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Traditional designes are sewn into this pincushion made by Mary-Ann Commando (1926)

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3 wood and bone hand carved pipes. On loan from Clifford Meness.

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Tomahawk / Wàgàkwadons - A wooden handle is attached to a stone & tied together with rawhide, securing both peices.

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Handmade drum and drumsticks which are the kind still used by many traditional singers today.

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