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The Hopi and Navajo Indians!. By: Devon, Kennedy, Jake, and Derek. Hopi Indian location. Northeastern Arizona, surrounded by The Navaho  They also lived in New Mexico. The Hopi Indians.
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The Hopi and Navajo Indians! By: Devon, Kennedy, Jake, and Derek

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Hopi Indian area Northeastern Arizona, encompassed by The Navaho  They additionally lived in New Mexico

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The Hopi Indians According to legend, the predecessors of the Hopi tribe relocated from different areas and settled close to the Grand Canyon. Legend additionally depicts a tranquil people, willing to collaborate with others to enhance their life.  Classified as Pueblo Indians they in all probability slid from the Anasazi. The Hopi were the main Pueblo Indians that spoke a lingo of the Uto-Aztecan dialect family called Shoshone. 

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Navajo Indian area Window Rock, Arizona, the Navajo Nation capital.

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Hopi homes They lived in pueblos The Hopi Indians, which implies great, serene, or savvy, originate from a gathering of Southwestern individuals called Pueblo, however their dialect is different.  They live in upper east Arizona at the southern end of the Black Mesa.  A plateau is the name given to a little segregated level finished slope with three soak sides called the first Mesa, second Mesa, and the third Mesa.  On the plateau tops are the Hopi towns called pueblos.  The pueblo of Oraibi on the third Mesa began in 1050, and is the most established in North America that was lived in continuously.  They live in pueblos that are made of stone and mud and stand a few stories high.

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Hopi home Hopi home

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Homes ofthe navajo indians

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Navajo homes The Navajo Indians lived in homes called hogans.  They are produced using wooden shafts, tree covering, and mud.  The entryway opened toward the east so they could welcome the sun.

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Hopi Indian garments Men wore a straight sleeved or sleeveless shirt of undyed, local cotton, worn like a poncho; sewed cotton stockings achieving most of the way up the thighs; cotton loin fabric; and slippers of deerskin. Ladies wore an undyed cotton robe, which went under the left arm and was attached over the right shoulder and a weaved belt.

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Navajo Indian garments The Navajo lady\'s conventional style of dress comprises as a rule of foot or knee-high slippers, a creased velvet or cotton skirt, a coordinating long-sleeve pullover, concho and/or scarf belt, gems and a shawl. Men likewise wear gems, shoes and ideally a plush shirt. Albeit numerous Navajo individuals wear contemporary apparel, they keep on carrying on their social practices by wearing customary outfits when the event requires it. It is trusted that before an individual can get assistance from the Great Spirit, one should first wear fitting attire keeping in mind the end goal to be perceived. The most punctual dress worn by Navajos was produced using grass and yucca plants. Later, shirts, dresses, and stockings were produced using buckskin gained in exchange with the Utes of Colorado.

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The Navajo Indians The Anasazis constantly developed their pueblo residences on the highest point of plateaus. An ordinary case of an Anasazi plateau beat town is Pueblo Bonito situated in Chaco Canyon New Mexico.

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Farming . The Navajo Indians were incredible ranchers. That is the reason they moved toward the south since it was hotter there and they could develop more sustenance. The Navajo Indians weaved there garments. The Navajo Indians made earthenware and covers. At the point when the Spanish settled the Navajo stole their sheep and stallions and utilized the sheep for nourishment and apparel. They utilized the steeds for transportation. The Navajo Indians chased mammoths until them got to be intuition After that they chased Buffalo otherwise called Bison. They utilized the bones for weapons.

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Food of the Navajo Indians The Navajo Indians crowded sheep and ate them and utilized their fleece for attire. The primary Southwest Native Americans chased mammoths until they got to be extinct.  Then individuals started to chase bison, otherwise called buffalo, and in addition gather wild plants for food.  They likewise figured out how to develop maize, or corn, that was their most basic grain, which got to be trained in Mexico.

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Hopi Recreation/Crafts The Hopi tribe made numerous specialties. They made crate, fabrics, and gems. The men made the materials for there family. Ladies additionally made stoneware.

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Hopi Culture The Hopi have numerous religious services. They had an under ground religious room called a kiva to hold benefit, much the same as their cousins the Anasazi. They additionally had dolls called Kachinas to instruct the kids about every soul\'s forces. These dolls were not for playing they were for learning. Once in a while the Hopi would even have a sacrosanct move that should have made the rain come.

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Navajo Recreation/Crafts After the Navajo interacted with the Pueblo individuals, they started to make ceramics and weave mats, covers and different things. The men were incredible silver men, as a rule making adornments.

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Navajos Culture When the Navajos - or feast as they called themselves - required recuperating they called upon a drug man-they called him a vocalist. The artist would make a blend out of dust, cornmeal, ground charcoal, and bright powdered minerals. At that point they would utilize the blend to make a religious painting. At that point the vocalist would make the evil villager sit on the composition so the divine beings could recuperate him. At the point when the administration was over they\'d devastate the artistic creation.

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Bibliography Social Studies Text bookpg76 - 80 http://www.hopiart.com/http://www.si.edu/harcourt/http://www.yahoo.com/http://google.com http://www.enchantedlearning.com/Home.html http://education.yahoo.com/reference/reference book/passage/NavajoInd http://education.yahoo.com/reference/reference book/section/Hopi;_ylt=AkdV8D.B7zm_LhbHcjqic.UZvskF Kids Discover South west individuals pg 8 pg 12 Bibliography

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*Credits* Jake Devon Derek Kennedy Food: Jake Culture: Devon Location: Kennedy Recreation/Crafts: Devon Bibliography: Devon Cloths: Kennedy Credits: Devon Title: Kennedy Homes: Derek End: Devon 

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The End  Thank You for Watching 

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