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What were Hopi houses like?

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Hopi houses were made of adobe and stone, which were three stories high. A Hopi house can contain several units to house the whole of an extended clan. They used ladders to get to the upstairs units.

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The Hopi Indians are known as one of the Pueblo Indians, and they speak the Hopi language, which is not related to other Indians' language. Their native region is northwest Arizona. Houses had corner fireplaces for preparing food and getting warmth during cold seasons. They also had kivas that led to ceremonial and meeting chambers. They are known to have kept their life ways intact since before colonization.

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