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The Hopi people have traditionally lived in northwestern Arizona, which is still the site of their reservation as of 2014. They are a sub-tribe of the Pueblo Indians, who live primarily in 12 villages located on the tops... More »

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The type of clothing worn by Hopi men were breechcloths or kilts while women wore cotton dresses called mantas that were knee-length. The woman's manta exposed the left shoulder. The type of shoes worn by both men and wo... More »

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The Hopi Indians have been Arizona natives for thousands of years. Today, they reside primarily on the Hopi reservation in the northeastern part of the state, which is surrounded entirely by the larger Navajo reservation... More »

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As of 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau estimates that the population of Phoenix is slightly more than 1.53 million, making Phoenix the largest city in Arizona and the sixth-largest in the country. Tucson is second, with a po... More »

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The Hopi Indians are the descendants of the early Pueblos and Navajo groups who inhabited areas of the Southwest, including Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Colorado. They built large, apartment-house-like comple... More »

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