Hopi By Breann, Vanessa, Dylan and Ainsley.
Location • Lived on dry land. • Northeastern part of Arizona.
Shelter • dirty, nasty bunch of cracks and chips of stone cut off. • mud and stone. Hopi homes
diet • Corn, beans, squash, turkey, deer, antelope, small game, nuts, fruit, and herbs. hominy, baked beans, soups and cornbread. • Hunting gathering and farming.
Clothing • Men wore breech clouts. • Clothing was made out of deer skin. • Women wore dressed roaches on top of there heads. • A roach is like a hat that has a Mohawk. Breech clout Roach
Transportation • Two-wheeled carts. • Had almost everything there.
Arts and crafts • Coil baskets, pottery, and Kachina dolls • Natural resources used: wood and clay Pottery Kachina dolls
Interesting facts • Kokepelli is a god worshipped by many southeastern tribes.humppumpbacked flautist. Among the Hopi, he brought the fetuses to pregnant women, and took part in many rituals relating to marriage. Kokepelli
bibliography http://www.crystalinks.com/hopi1.html http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/bus/A0861615.html http://www.bigorrin.org/hopi_kids.htm