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Hopi tribe

Hopi tribe. By: Kenny Snyder. http://wzus.askkids.com/r?t=a&d=us&s=k&c=akdi&ti=1&ai=30752&l=dir&o=0&sv=0a5c4077&ip=46e36b79&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cpluhna.nau.edu%2Fimages%2Fhopi_mother.jpg. Main Menu. HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY.

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Hopi tribe

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  1. Hopi tribe By: Kenny Snyder http://wzus.askkids.com/r?t=a&d=us&s=k&c=akdi&ti=1&ai=30752&l=dir&o=0&sv=0a5c4077&ip=46e36b79&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cpluhna.nau.edu%2Fimages%2Fhopi_mother.jpg

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  3. HISTORY & GEOGRAPHY • President Chester created the Hopi reservation. They remained safe from the Spanish Attack. • Live in northeastern part of the panted dessert. • Their Ancestors are the Anasizi . • 7,000 Hopis live in in Arizona. They live in the northeastern part of Arizona near canyons. Spanish moved into the Hopi lands http://www.yippy.com/ MORE History & Geography MAIN MENU


  5. HOMES • Homes of stones and mud made from clay • Big shaped home had shoe box shape. • Built their homes close together lived in phoenix AZ. • There were square flat toped houses several stones high with ladders. Phttp://wzus.askkids.com/r?t=a&d=us&s=k&c=akdi&ti=1&ai=30752&l=dir&o=0&sv=0a5c4077&ip=46e36b79&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cpluhna.nau.edu%2Fimages%2Fhopi_mother.jpgUT URL FOR PICTURE HERE MAIN MENU

  6. DRESS • Hopi men wore clothes made of cotton. • Men wore cotton shirts and pants. • Women wore black dresses. http://www.qub.ac.uk/schools/SchoolofEnglish/imperial/key-concepts/images/clip_image012_001.jpg MAIN MENU

  7. FOOD • The Hopi grew corn, squash, seeds, And fruit in the dessert. http://www.thebestkidsbooksite.com/thispartictopic.cfm?BookTopic=798 MAIN MENU

  8. CUSTOMS & RELIGION • The Hopis had kivas where the religious services. • They had kachinas. • Kachinas are powerful ancestor spirits. • Kachinas help make crups grow, bring rain, or cure sickness. Phttp://www.worldbookonline.com/student/extmedia?id=ar293640&st=hopi&em=pc000178UT MAIN MENU

  9. INTERESTING FACTS • Hopis make and sell baskets,pottery,silver jewelry and Kachina dolls. • They have a snake dance. • They have buffalo dancers. • They have a butter fly dance and a basket dance. • Hopis make arts and craft creatures like bear claws . • Hopi children go to school. • They have a carving of a wooden doll represents signals from the gods. • Hopis were part of the Zuni culture. • Women were incharge in the 1500. http://www.indiantraders.com/images/Hopigroup.jpg MAIN MENU

  10. CREDITS “Hopi.” World Book. 2010. World Book Online Reference Center. Web. 12 Dec. 2010. <http://www. world bookonline.com/‌student/‌article?id=ar262240?Pst=hopi>. Lassieur, Allison. The hopi. Mankato minnasota: Bridgestone press, 2002. Print. “Resources on American facts for kids.” Native American facts for kids. American, n.d. Web. 19 Jan. 2010. <http://www.native languages.org/‌kids.htm>. Tomchek, Ann Heinriches. The hopi. Chicago: Children press, 1987. Print. MAIN MENU

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