Native drum with wooden body and rawhide skins, thongs and handles (one handle broken and missing). Wooden body is made in one piece (? log), it has one small hole (1 cm dia.) and one crack (entire height). Barrel decoration consists of central yellow stripe (approx. 21 cm) bordered on both sides by a brown stripe (1 cm) and a whiute stripe which is divided into semi-circles (6 cm high x 10-12 cm wide) by the flaps of the drum-skin. Blue paint is evident beneath the white. Between the semi-circles are holes in the drum-skin flaps for the tension thongs. The wood behind the holes is painted yellow. At one edge of the main yellow field the date Dec. 12. 1937 is painted in red. The edge and flaps of the drum-skins are dark, possibly painted brown. The central area is lighter and decorated. One drum-skin is considerably more worn. It is decorated with a sun shape (7.5 cm across), pale blue outlined in red, radiating dark blue feathers(?) (18cm tip to tip), 15 feathers are visible as many as four or five have been totally obliterated. The other skin features a large yellow sun (21.5 cm across) decorated with an eight pointed star (5 cm) divided into eight fields and painted green, brown and white. The star is surrounded by a brown circle radiating 16 red feathers, tipped in white and outlined in brown (20 cm tip to tip). Outside of the sun a line of red paint runs around the edge of the drum-skin in a scalloped pattern.