Also known as the 1st Frogwoman (Paqua means frog), Paqua Naha was a famous potter from the Hopi mesas. She did a lot of work in white ware and passed that tradition down through the Naha-Navasie family tree. Joy Navasie, the 2nd Frogwoman, was her daughter. Helen Naha (the original Featherwoman) was Paqua's daughter-in-law.
Both Joy and Paqua signed the bottom faces of their works with a frog image. However, Paqua's frog has straight, square lines whereas Joy's has webbed toes.