The Museum of Culture & Environment collections consists of more than 9000 objects, including Plateau and Northwest Coast basketry, chipped stone material, masks from around the world, and Caribbean fishing arrows. The museum also holds notable collections of Native American beadwork, Navajo textiles, Native Alaskan material, and South Pacific shields.
|Fishing arrows from the Barama River Carib.||Beaded moccasins in custom storage mount.|
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