Hopi.notes - The Hopi Child By Wayne Dennis John Wiley Sons Inc New York 1940 Hotavila is part of the Third Mesa it is the most conservative of the

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The Hopi Child By Wayne Dennis New York, 1940 Hotavila is part of the Third Mesa, it is the most conservative of the five towns/villages (9) Hotavila was against sending their children to school, but were forced to (10) Refused to have water piped into the village – women must carry it from a spring (10) Men own the fields/e , women own the house (12) Men work in the fields, women only do during harvest season (12) Women carry the necessary water from the spring (13) Women are not considered to be completely dependent upon their husbands, but that they could not live without them for a number of years (13) A house is never owned by a man unless he builds it prior to marrying (13) Corn/maize is used extensively in cooking (14) Grinding corn is a part of every women’s day…there are no machines that will grind the corn to the perfection of the Hopi (14) Clothing is made by the men (14) Hotavila women make pottery as well as baskets (15)
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course ANTH 111 taught by Professor Tannenbaum during the Fall '07 term at Lehigh University .

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