I left off yesterday with agricultural pottery of the Iroquois. Here is more of it.
Moving into the Arctic, we find a display that's a collaboration between museum archaeologists and the community where remains were found. Dating back 800 years, the remains were that of an Inuit man living on northern Baffin Island. His tools buried with him are reproduced and on display, and a full sized forensic recreation stands here. After study of the remains, his body was re-interred, and the original artifacts given back to the community of Arctic Bay. He's been given the name Nuvumiutaq.
Returning to the Iroquois, here we see a digital bird's eye view of a village.
Of course change was on the horizon. The first confirmed European contact came a millennium ago, in the form of the Vikings.