Spirit of the North Gift Shop
Spirit of the North Gift Shop

Spirit of the North Gift Shop

  • 29270 County Hwy G, Ashland, Wisconsin, United States (US)
  • 7156852659
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Dream Catcher Black 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Leather 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Purple 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Red 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Royal Blue 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Dream Catcher Teal 6″

$24.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
One of the most beautiful stories in Ojibwa mythology is that of the "dream catcher". Good and bad dreams were believed to descend from the night sky. The good dreams slipped through the web to one who was sleeping. The bad dreams were caught in the web and would evaporate in the warm rays of the morning sun. Made by tribal members.
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Medicine Wheel 3″

$25.99 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
The Medicine Wheel consists of many different parts, all of which have important meaning to the owner. Many Native Americans tribes believe that strength to deal with the happy and sad times of life can be drawn from the wheel. The outer ring represents all that one may encounter. The ties in the center are directions life takes at various ages from birth to old age. Articles were attached to the ties in much the same way mementos are collected today. Made by tribal members.
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Earring Single Porcupine quill #119

$10.95 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
Single porcupine quill with small black beads and quartz. Surgical steel wires.
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Earring Single Porcupine quill #118

$10.95 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
Single porcupine quill with black bead. Gold tones wires.
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Earring Single Porcupine quill #121

$10.95 Creative Producer: Donna Kurilla
Single porcupine quill with teal colored beads. Surgical steel wires
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