PINE is a spiritual cleanser. Because it is evergreen, it also Draws Steady Money. Cleansing Incense, Floor Wash, and Bath: The Iroquois burned PINE Wood Chips, Needles or Pine Resin as an incense when moving into a vacant house, to Drive Out Spirits. If mixed with Camphor, the result is stronger. Placing PINE NEEDLES in a bath is said to Remove Mental Negativity. Pine-Tar Soap also has this effect. Pine-Sol, a commercial PINE-Scented Cleaner, can be dosed with PINE NEEDLES
Quapaw woman, Mihita or Low Sun. Photo: 1894. - The Quapaw (Ugahxpa in their own language) are believed to have migrated from the Ohio River valley after 1200 CE as a result of wars with invading Iroquois from the north. They moved to their historical territory, the area of the confluence of the Arkansas and Mississippi rivers, by the mid-17th century. The state of Arkansas was named after the Quapaw, who were called Akansea or Akansa, "land of the downriver people", by other Native Tribes.
The name "Ohio" originated from Iroquois word ohi-yo’, meaning "great river" or "large creek". The state, originally partitioned from the Northwest Territory, was admitted to the Union as the 17th state (and the first under the Northwest Ordinance) on March 1, 1803.