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  • 1. The Hopi Religion Clothes Food Artifacts Shelter Region
  • 2. Hopi Foods The Hopi ate a variety of foods.
  • 3. The variety of foods
    • One food that was common in the Hopi was corn. There was 24 different kinds of corn like blue and white.
    • Another food that they had was Piki bread.
    • The Hopi also grew different kinds of beans. They ate black beans, yellow beans, and purple string beans.
  • 4.
    • Some foods that the Hopi grew and ate were squash, melons, and peaches.
    • The last food that the Hopi ate was apricots.
  • 5. Religion Kachina dolls, Ceremonies, Rituals, and Religion
  • 6. The Religion of The Hopi
    • The Hopi tribe had these things called Kachina dolls
    • The Kachina dolls were made out of wood and were spirits, sometimes used at ceremonies.
    • The Hopi held Kachina ceremonies, in July.
    • The Hopi did rain dances to bring water to the region.
  • 7.
    • The Hopi believed the Kachina bring rain and help crops to grow.
    • Many ceremonies involve special prayers and rituals to give rain.
    • Marriage was a major event in the lives of most of the Southwest Indians Tribes.
    • Hopi men in the Southwest collected snakes for an complex habit. When the Indians returned the snakes to the desert, they were supposed to bring rain to the Hopi land.
  • 8. Amazing artifacts of the Hopi. Hopi artifacts.
  • 9. Artifacts
    • The Hopi made Kachina dolls.
    • Beautiful pottery is a part of Hopi life.
    • They made and sold jewelry.
    • They used a dry farming method.
    • Dry farming is a way to grow crops without much water.
    • They did not have much water so they used dams and irrigation canals to water their crops.
  • 10.
    • A game called patol was played for 2 or 4 people.
    • Underground structures called Kivas were made by the Hopi.
  • 11. The Lands of the Hopi The Hopi had a lot of land. Their land was in the southwest.
  • 12. The Hopis Land.
    • The Hopis where great farmers.
    • They have been growing crops for hundreds of years.
    • The Hopi’s grew a plant called the parrot thetas roots reached the water underground.
    • Pueblos are one of the oldest settlements.
  • 13. Hopi Homes Pueblo and Reed Homes
  • 14. The Homes of the Hopi
    • The Hopi built homes out of adobe.
    • Adobe is a type of clay to protect heat.
    • They also built pueblos,pueblos were made of stones and mud.
    • Some used Reed houses, the reed houses were made of reed mats covering a wooden pole edge.
  • 15. Hopi Clothing Everyday and Ceremony
  • 16. The Clothes of the Hopi
    • There clothes were made of animal skins and cotton.
    • They were sandals or moccasins on their feet.
    • The Hopi clothes fit very loose.
    • On an average day the men wore shirts and tunics,and the women wore skirts or dresses.
  • 17.
    • In the winter they added shawls,blankets and extra clothing to there outfits.
    • The chief Kachina wore all white besides his red moccasins and a trace of blue on one shoulder
    • The Hopi men dressed as Kachinas at ceremonies.