First Nations peoples of the Plains deemed the bison a sacred part of their story. A display case here includes a bison skull and spear points.
Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump is a World Heritage Site in Alberta, and part of the hunting culture of the First Nations. A model of the site, with tribal hunters driving a herd of bison, is here.
The next geographic area to be examined is the East Coast First Nations peoples.
A display case includes reproductions or originals of spear points used for fishing, the tooth of a shark, and effigies of whales, animals that would have been encountered by First Nations fishermen.