Woman’s caribou skin parka. The parka has long rounded flaps at the front and back and the sides are rounded just below the hips. The entire hem is trimmed with wolverine fur. The hood is large and loose fitting. Decorative bands of white and dark clipped caribou skin with snippets of red wool and loops of red yarn surround the opening for the head. A trim of wolverine fur is set back from the head opening. There is a decorative insert, with skin tags, on the front flap. The white haired gores on the chest also have red yarn snippets. A trim of wolverine fur is set back from the head opening.
FROM CARD: "SHIRT FOUND 1975." Exhibit mount for this object stored in 1-1-20A-016-02.