Gut, glass beads, feathers, hair; L 106.7 cm
Kenai, prior to 1907
Traditionally, Dena’ina used counting cords as a type of calendar, tying knots or beads to count days or record special events. In the exhibition, visitors can make their own counting cords.
Collection: Alaska State Museum, II-C-316g
Image: © Chris Arend/ Alaska State Museum