As the Museum's story of the First Nations continues, displays and artifacts look at those people in specific areas.
Here we have weaponry and tools of peoples of the northern forests.
The McCollum Cache is the name of a collection of artifacts found at Lake Nipigon- copper tools and items that are now displayed here. Contemporary reproductions can be touched.
The Eastern Woodlands shifts things to another part of the continent.
Tools and weapons, some of them very old, others of the last century or so, are displayed here.
Agriculture began to be developed among tribes of the Americas, including the Iroquois
Here we have pottery that would have been used as part of the storage process for various foods. I pick up here tomorrow.