One bow and three arrows - Inuit, Nunavik.

Bow and arrows

Upon arriving in North America, the Europeans could find game more easily. They also introduced the First Nations and Inuit peoples to iron knives and axes and guns, which would progressively replace traditional hunting gear.

Recurve bow and arrows, 19th century
Inuit, Nunavik
Wood, caribou tine, nerve, sealskin, iron, copper, feather
Musée de la civilisation, 84-1110