10 words towards the body.
Onón:tsi – Head
Onónhkwis – Hair Okèn:kwara – Forehead Ohónhta – Ear(s) Ohranónsha – Temple(s) Okónsha – Face Okà:ra – Eye(s) O’niónsha – Nose Ohnhò:kwa – Cheek(s) (upper/cheekbone(s)) Ósha – Lip(s) A 2,500-year-old family stroll frozen in time: Footprints left by Native American farmers, children and their dog unearthed in Arizona Dozens of barefoot prints were uncovered to the north of Tucson, Arizona They show adults walking through fields as children scamper around them Archaeologists have also unearthed a hand print left by a young child However, the site is set to be destroyed to make way for a highway bridge
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Every Tuesday Catherine Hummingbird Ramirez performs her Native American ceremony for Tequesta indians buried at The Miami Circle. Ramirez blesses attendees of the ceremony on Jan. 19, 2016, at downtown Miami.