This page contains caribou artifacts that are both historical and archeological.
Click here to go to the archeological artifacts.

These historical artifacts were all made partially or completely from Caribou.
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To see a map of where these artifacts are all from click here.

Clothing and Footwear:

Tools, bags, musical instruments and toys:

Where are all these artifacts from? Click on the blue locators to see.

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The following archeological artifacts were found in a village site that is 500 years old, near the mouth of the Mackenzie River.

All of these images graciously provided by S. Irving, Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre, Yellowknife, NWT.
If you have any images of traditional uses of Caribou that you wish to share, or personal stories, please contact us and we will incorporate them into this page.

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