Navajo woman & baby. The structure of Navajo society was largely a matrilineal system in which women owned livestock and land. Once married, a Navajo man would move to live with his bride in her dwelling and among her mother's people and clan. The children are "born to" and belong to the mother's clan, and are "born for" the father's clan.
Police Officer Moira Smith was among the first to respond to the September 11 attack at the World Trade Center on and was last seen evacuating people out of Tower Two, saving hundreds of lives. Described by the Daily News as having “the face of an angel and the heart of a lion,” Officer Smith was posthumously awarded the NYPD’s Medal of Honor, the department’s highest honor.