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Hopi

Primarily living on a 1.5 million acre reservation in northeastern Arizona, the Hopi (peaceful ones) people have the longest authenticated history of occupation of a single area by any Native American tribe in the United States. Thought to have migrated north out of Mexico around 500 B.C., the Hopi have always lived in the Four Corners area of the United States.

Hopi Antelope priests snake dance, 1902

Hopi Antelope priests snake dance, 1902

Hopi House in Walpi, AZ, 1921

Hopi House in Walpi, AZ, 1921

Hopi Indian Bringing in the Harvest

Hopi Indian Bringing in the Harvest

Hopi Indian women grinding grain

Hopi Indian women grinding grain

Hopi Kachinas in Arizona

Hopi Kachinas in Arizona

Hopi Mask

Hopi Mask

Hopi Smoking, 1907

Hopi Smoking, 1907

Hopi Snake Dance

Hopi Snake Dance

Hopi Snake priest, 1900

Hopi Snake priest, 1900

Hopi Weaving

Hopi Weaving

Kachinas

Kachinas

Ahulani and Two Soyal Mana Kachinas

Ahulani and Two Soyal Mana Kachinas

Chakwaina Kachina

Chakwaina Kachina

Hone-tca-ka-tci Kachina

Hone-tca-ka-tci Kachina

Hututu Kachina

Hututu Kachina

Matia Kachina

Matia Kachina

Mountain Sheep Kachina

Mountain Sheep Kachina

Squash Kachina

Squash Kachina

Long-Billed Kachina

Long-Billed Kachina

Hehea Kachina

Hehea Kachina