Hopi Indians By:Ryleigh A. Mrs. Allsmans Class
Where do Hopi Indians live? • The Hopi Indians live on the highlands of northern AZ.(located in the southern part of the U.S.A.). It is a beautiful environment. They live on 3 mesas.( a high plateau with steep sides).
What do Hopi Indians live in? • Hopi Indians live in houses called adobes. They are made of mud and straw that are made into bricks for their houses.
What They Eat • Hopi Indians eat piki bread, corns, beans, squash. They also use tobacco but they don’t eat it they use it for parties . For their meat, they hunt deer and antelope. Their fruit is nuts and more. Also different types of corn bread.
Clothes • Men wear cotton pants, Girls wear cotton dresses. They wear blouses under them.
Family Life • They live as a group and migrate not very often. They go hunting for food. As for women they stay and make pottery and dolls .They follow religious rules to keep balance.
Religion • They practice many ceremonies throughout the year. The kiva is a social ceremonial chamber and the center of the religious life involving hundreds of kachina spints.
Culture • Traditionally agricultural and respectful people, the Hopi are tightly knit together by clan relationship. Considered the "oldest of the native people" the Hopi reside in 12 traditional villages, home to a total population of about 10,000.
What they are Known for • Hopi Indians are known for there poetry and kachina dolls. They are also known for there jewelry and baskets.
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