Tłı̨chǫ collections held around the world:

Milwaukee Public Museum houses one of the largest Dogrib collections in the United States. The first item came to the Museum in 1941 through Keith Gebhardt, an employee of the museum. Dr. Nancy Oestreich Lurie donated much of the current collection in 1967 and 2000. June Helm's husband, Pierce King, donated several items to the museum collection in 2005, after Helm's passing in 2004. Lyle Shannon also donated an item that had been collected by June Helm. Much of the 70-piece collection includes utilitarian items, such as household tools and clothing items, but there are also several hand drums and games.
National Museums Scotland collection - more information coming soon.
Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre collection - The Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre in Yellowknife looks after the museum collection of the Government of the Northwest Territories.  The Collections Section acquires objects, natural specimens and works of art that represent all cultures and regions of the Northwest Territories.  
Historical objects from the Tłı̨chǫ region have been donated or purchased.  They come from residents, visitors, and organizations.  These objects provide glimpses of daily life on the land and in communities, and are as diverse as a caribou skin lodge from 1893, and a record player from the 1920s.
Most Tłı̨chǫ objects in our collection date from the mid-1900s to the present.  In the 1970s the Northern Heritage Centre purchased almost 100 articles made during a community project in Behchokǫ̀ called the Rae Heritage Project or “Operation Heritage.’  Participants tanned hides, prepared cordage, and made traditional hide clothing, bags, drums, toys, tools and equipment.  
Archaeological artifacts are collected differently.  The Northern Heritage Centre is the repository for objects collected by archaeologists in the Northwest Territories.  This means that archaeologists are required to submit artifacts and documentation to the museum.  Artifacts include fragments of stone tools, worked bone, antler and bark, and imported glass, ceramic and metal trade goods.  Examples of collections from Tłı̨chǫ territory are the Įdaà Trail Heritage Resource Inventory Project (1991-93),  archaeological salvage prior to airport development at Snare Lake (1992-93,) Old Fort Rae investigations (2000 and 2008), and ongoing archaeological assessments in areas of mine development.