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I'noGo tied

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Title: I'noGo tied  
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Subject: Inuit mythology, Good luck charm, Troll cross, Djucu, Gris-gris (talisman)
Collection: Alaska Culture, Amulets, Inuit Mythology, Superstitions of the United States
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I'noGo tied

Among some Alaska Natives, the i'noGo tied ("house of spirits") refers to a luck and protection amulet made from blubber encased in seal fur.[1]


  1. ^ Patterson, Lotsee; Lotsee Patterson; Mary Ellen Snodgrass (1994). Indian terms of the Americas. Libraries Unlimited. p. 110.  
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