MOA Gift Shop

James Jacko Medicine Turtle Reusable Bag

$9.00

1 in stock

Description

Designed by Odawa-Pottawatomi Artist James Jacko.

The Turtle is sacred in the indigenous culture. It carries the four colours of the medicine wheel, symbolizing important elements and can be different depending on the tribe. The seven circles represent the seven teachings of our people, and inside each circle is a bird that delivers the message of the creator.

This reusable shopping bag has a large capacity of 40 x 50cm and can hold up to 15 Lbs. The handles measure 18cm in height.
Stored conveniently in a matching pouch measuring 12 x 15cm.

The MOA Gift Shop

There is something for the whole family at the MOA Gift Shop with children’s items, books, Museum souvenirs, to our own archaeology-themed craft kits. We also showcase materials from Indigenous Artists and Craftspeople from across Turtle Island, including an exquisite collection of soapstone carvings, hand-crafted by Six Nations’ artists such as Larry Bomberry and the Henry Family.

Visit us in person or shop online. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Please call us at (519) 473-1360 or email info@archaeologymuseum.ca

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