Hoop of wood, stapled together. Strips of bark cover hoop, held in place by hide drum heads and sinew thongs. Drum heads are stretched over the hoop on both sides and tied with the thongs. The drum heads have painted designs. One shows a pipe, a leather bag, and a pair of crossed arrows, all inside a circle. The word PEACE is at the bottom of the circle, as is the maker's marks mentioned above. The colors are red, yellow, orange, brown, with a bit of green in the bag. M.H. McIntyre signed and dated the drum at the top. On the other side, there is a circle of alternately yellow and orange. Inside is an elaborate design showing an Indian male with braided hair and a head band; two large feathers; an image of FDR imposed over the Indian (possible with a halo of light behind his head; and a scroll with the words SPIRIT OF COURAGE/FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. Remnants of other words are present, but most are unreadable. The maker's name appeared in the lower left.