Box with a covering made from hide. The sides, end and bottom are rectangular pieces of wood that are joined by small wooden pegs inserted through drilled holes. There is no top with this box, although grooves cut into the upper edges of the side pieces for holding a top indicate that it once had one. The hide cover has been defleshed and has had the hair removed, and has been sewn with sinew. Although this item is not identified in the Smithsonian Institution's catalogue as a packing box, it is similar to other boxes that have been identified as such.