Ainu facial tatoo, magical design motifs on clothing.
A Tewa Girl photographed by Edward Curtis in 1906. Half-length portrait, facing front, hair arranged in "squash blossom" fashion.
Japan | “Ainu man with ikupasuy (prayer stick), Festival of the Ainus, 1901” | Photographer Dean Bashford
Felicia Felix-Mentor Felicia Felix-Mentor reportedly died in 1907, after a sudden illness of the type that Haitian belief finds to be characteristic of a person marked to be made into a zombie. In 1936, a woman (either nude or in ragged clothing, depending on the source) was found wandering the streets, and made her way to a farm which she claimed belonged to her father. The owners identified the woman as Felicia Felix-Mentor, long thought dead, and Felix-Mentor’s husband also confirmed…