From the Permanent Collection : A Collection of Stories
Description:
Though there are many different versions of the game, this particular ring and pin game is comprised of three pieces; a long, slender piece of bone, a row of seven bits of carved bone strung along a piece of sinew and an oblong piece of leather with holes cut in it. The game was made and played by First Nations people from the Hudson's Bay Area.

To play the game, you hold the bottom of the pin, throw the bones in a straight line and try to catch as the leather piece, and as many pieces of bone on the pin as possible. The winner is the player who is able to catch the most.
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