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I am an ENFP, procrastinator, and inventor of holidays. I wish I needed my own business cards. My daughter says that I'm a good fixer of things.

The human animal differs from the lesser primates in his passion for lists. ~H. Allen Smith

The list is the origin of culture... ~Umberto Eco

EstroJen follows:
lisa events
Oh! to do (Morning to-do lists: December 2018.)
Kate Things I Love (December 2018)
Mia books (2018)
niv metas da semana (novembro)

Montes

  • Atira Mons - Pawnee wife of great spirit Tirawa
  • Awenhai Mons - Mohawk/Iroquois fertility goddess
  • Dzalarhons Mons - Haida volcano goddess
  • Kokyanwuti Mons - Hopi earth goddess/ spider woman
  • Laka Mons - Hawaiian uncultivated goddess
  • Loo-wit Mons - Multnomah/Klickitat volcano goddess (Mt. St. Helens)
  • Mem Loimis Mons - Wintun goddess
  • Nahas-tsan Mons - Navajo mother earth
  • Nayunuwi Mons - Cherokee stone clad monster
  • Nokomis Montes - Algonquin earth mother
  • Ongwuti Mons - Hopi salt-woman deity
  • Pahto Mons - Yakima/Klickitat mountain goddess
  • Polik-mana Mons - Hopi butterfly maiden
  • Ptesanwi Mons - Lakota white buffalo woman
  • Rhpisunt Mons - Haida bear mother deity
  • Sakwapmana Mons - Hopi maiden of blue corn
  • Talakin Mons - Navajo goddess
  • Uresete Mons - Keresan Pueblo ancester goddess
  • Uti Hiata Mons - Pawnee mother corn deity
  • Yolkai-Estsan Mons - Navaho mythological deity
  • Yunya-mana Mons - Hopi prickly pear cacus maiden

Coronae 

  • Atahensik Corona - Huron/Iroquois goddess/creator of the sun and moon
  • Atse Estsan Corona - Navajo fertility goddess
  • Cassatt Corona - Mary Cassatt, artist
  • Deohako Corona - Iroquois spirit of crops
  • Earhart Corona - Amelia Earhart, aviator
  • Eithinoha Corona - Iroquois earth goddess
  • H'uraru Corona - Pawnee earth mother
  • Iyatik Corona - Keresan Pueblo corn mother 
  • Lalohonua Corona - The first woman in Hawaiian mythology 
  • Ludjatako Corona - Creek giant turtle deity
  • Naotsete Corona -Keresan Pueblo ancestor goddess 
  • Onatah Corona - Iroquois corn spirit
  • Onenhste Corona - Mohawk/Iroquois corn maiden
  • Selu Corona - Cherokee corn goddess
  • Tacoma Corona - Salish/Puyallup/Salish earth goddess
  • Takus Mana Corona - Hopi fertility goddess
  • Tituba Corona - Tituba, nurse who started Salem witch hunt
  • Tumas Corona - Hopi fertility goddess
  • Tunehakwe Corona - Onondaga/Iroquois deity of crops
  • Utset Corona - Zia first mother

Chasma

  • Geyaguga Chasma - Cherokee moon deity
  • Hanghepiwi Chasma - Dakota name for moon/night
  • Hina Chasma - Hawaiian moon goddess
  • Kokomikeis Chasma - Blackfoot/Algonquin moon goddess
  • Tsects Chasma- Haida friendly spirit of the forest underworld

Dorsa

  • Ahsonnutli Dorsa - Navajo spirit of light/sky
  • Amitolane Dorsa - Zuni name for rainbow
  • Anpao Dorsa - Dakota name of the dawn
  • Naatse-elit Dorsa - Navajo rainbow goddess
  • Norwan Dorsa - Wintun light goddess
  • Nuvakchin Dorsa - Hopi snow maiden
  • Tikoiwuti Dorsa - Hopi goddess of darkness
  • Tukwunag Dorsa - Hopi cumulus cloud maiden
  • Unelanuhi Dorsa - Cherokee sun goddess
  • Wala Dorsa - Fox name of the dawn

Fluctus

  • Koti Fluctus - Creek water frog and helpful spirit
  • Neago Fluctus - Seneca goddess of silence
  • Uilata Fluctus - Cherokee stone-clad female monster

Linae

  • Kalaipahoa Linea - Hawaiian war goddess

Tholi

  • Neegyauks Tholus - Tlingit volcano woman and frog princess
  • Nipa Tholus - Algonquin moon goddess
  • Wohpe Tholus - Lakota goddess of order, beauty, and happiness

Planitia 

  • Nuptadi Planitia - Mandan folk heroine with a magic shell robe

Regio

  • Dsonkwa Regio - Kwakiutt NW coast forest giantess

Tesserae

  • Chimon-mana Tessera - Hopi goddess of insane
  • Haasttse-baas Tessera - Navajo good health goddess
  • Pasom-mana Tesserae - Hopi goddess of dreams and the insane 

Vallis

  • Apisuahts Vallis - Blackfoot/Algonquin name for the planet Venus
  • Gendenwitha Vallis - Iroquois for Venus
  • Hoku-ao Vallis - Hawaiian for Venus
  • Laidamlulum Vallis - Maidu for morning Venus

Craters

  • Addams - Jane Addams, social reformer & pragmatist
  • Akeley - Delia Akeley, explorer
  • Alcott - Louisa May Alcott, author
  • Baker - Josephine Baker, dancer
  • Balch - Emily Balch, American economist & Nobel laureate
  • Barrymore - Ethyl Barrymore, actress
  • Barton - Clara Barton, Red Cross founder
  • Bascom - Florence Bascom, geologist
  • Beecher - Catharine Beecher, author
  • Bender - Heidi Julia Bender, child author & artist
  • Bickerdyke - Mary Bickerdyke, nurse
  • Bly - Nellie Bly, journalist 
  • Bonnin - Gertrude Bonnin, Dakota reformer
  • Bourke-White - Margaret Bourke-White, photojournalist
  • Boyd - Louise Boyd, explorer
  • Bradstreet - Anne Bradstreet, poet
  • Buck - Pearl S. Buck, writer
  • Caldwell - Taylor Caldwell, author
  • Callas - Maria Callas, singer
  • Carson - Rachel Carson, biologist
  • Carter - Maybelle Carter, singer 
  • Cather - Willa Cather, novelist
  • Chapelle - Georgette Chapelle, journalist
  • Christie - Agatha Christie, author
  • Cline - Patsy Cline, singer
  • Cochran - Jacqueline Cochran, aviator
  • Danilova - Maria Danilova, Russian-American ballerina
  • Datsolalee - Washo Indian artist, basket maker
  • De Witt - Lydia De Witt, pathologist
  • Deloria - Ella Deloria, Sioux anthropologist 
  • Dickinson - Emily Dickinson, poet
  • Dix - Dorothea Dix, social activist
  • Duncan - Isadora Duncan, dancer
  • Durant - Ariel Durant, writer
  • Edinger - Tilly Edinger, geologist
  • Ferber - Edna Ferber, author
  • Fossey - Dian Fossey, zoologist & conservationist
  • Glaspell - Susa Glaspell, playwright & novelist
  • Grimke - Sarah Grimke, abolishionist
  • Hansberry - Lorraine Hansberry, playwright
  • Hapei - Cheyenne name
  • Hellman - Lillian Hellman, playwright & author
  • Higgins - Marguerite Higgins, journalist
  • Holiday - Billie, jazz great
  • Howe - Julia Howe, biographer & poet
  • Hull - Peggy Hull, war correspondent
  • Hurston - Zola Hurston, writer & anthropologist 
  • Jennifer - my name
  • Kaikilani  - first female ruler of Hawaii
  • Kelea - Maui chieftess
  • Laulani - Hawaiian name
  • Lazarus - Emma Lazarus, poet
  • Leonard - Wrexie Leonard, P. Lowell's assistant
  • Lockwood - Belva Lockwood, lawyer & feminist
  • Lyon - Mary Lyon, educator & college president
  • Machina - Hawaiian name
  • Makola - Hawaiian name  
  • Maltby - Margaret Maltby, physicist
  • Millay - Edna St. Vincent, poet
  • Miovasu - Cheyenne name
  • Mowatt - Anna Cora, ac
  • Nakai - Cheyenne name  
  • Nevelson - Louise Nevelson, artist
  • O'Keeffe - Georgia O'Keeffe, artist & muse
  • Oivit - Cheyenne name
  • Oma - Sioux name
  • Peck - Annie Peck, mountaineer & educator
  • Pena - Tonita Pena, Pueblo artist
  • Ponselle - Rosa Ponselle, opera singer
  • Quimby - Harriet Quimby, aviator
  • Rand - Ayn Rand, writer
  • Sanger - Margaret Sanger,  medical researcher
  • Stanton - Elizabeth C. Stanton, suffragist
  • Stein - Gertrude Stein, writer
  • Stowe - Harriet B. Stowe, novelist
  • Sullivan - Anne Sullivan, Helen Keller's teacher
  • Taussig - heart researcher & pediatrician 
  • Thomas - Martha Thomas, college president
  • Toklas - Alice Toklas, art patron & writer
  • Truth - Sojourner Truth, abolitionist
  • Tubman - Harriet Tubman, abolitionist   
  • Warren - Mercy Warren, colonial poet, playwright, & historian
  • Wharton - Edith Wharton, writer
  • Wheatley - Phillis Wheatley, first major black, American writer 
  • Whiting - Sarah Whiting, physicist
  • Whitney - Mary Whitney, astronomer
  • Wilder - Laura Ingalls Wilder, author
  • Willard - Emma Willard, educator
  • Winnemucca - Sarah Winnemucca, Piutr interpreter & activist
  • Workman - Fanny Workman, mountaineer & author
  • Yale - Caroline Yale, educator of the deaf

Patera

  • Aitchison - Alison Aitchison, geographer
  • Anthony - Susan B. Anthony, suffragist
  • Apgar - Virginia Apgar, doctor
  • Barnes - Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes, aviatrix 
  • Bethune - Mary Bethune, educator
  • Dietrich - Marlene Dietrich, actress
  • Garbo - Greta Garbo, actress 
  • Garland - Judy Garland, singer & actress
  • Graham - Martha Graham, dancer & choreographer
  • Keller - Helen Keller, blind and deaf writer
  • Libby - Leona Woods Marshall Libby, chemist & physicist
  • Payne-Gaposchkin - Cecilia Helena Payne-Gaposchkin, astronomer
  • Sacajawea - Shoshone interpreter for the Lewis and Clark expedition
  • Tarbell - Ida Tarbell, author & editor
  • Teasdale - Sarah Teasdale, poet
feb 24 2011 ∞
nov 4 2012 +