In Santo Domingo (Kewa) Pueblo, the Kewa Women’s Co-op is honored. “According to oral and recorded history,” this marker reads, “the Santo Domingo people have always made and traded jewelry. From prehistoric times heishi, drilled and ground shell beads, have been strung into necklaces. Generations of Santo Domingo women have passed down this art. Recent descendants have formed the Kewa Women’s Co-op to retain heishi and other traditions including pottery, embroidery, weaving, and Pueblo foods.”