Hopi - The Hopi Religion Clothes Food Artifacts Shelter...

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The Hopi Religion Clothes Food Artifacts Shelter Region
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Hopi Foods The Hopi ate a variety of foods.
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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. They used the corn for their main kind of food. Another food that they had was Piki bread. The Hopi also grew different kinds of beans. The kind of beans that they had and ate were black beans, yellow beans, and purple string beans.
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Some foods that the Hopi grew and ate were squash, melons, and peaches. The last food that the Hopi ate was apricots.
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Religion Kachina dolls, Ceremonies, Rituals, and Religion
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The Religion of The Hopi At the heart of the Hopi religious life are the 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 liquid to the region.
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The Hopi believed the Kachina bring rain and help crops to grow. Many ceremonies involve special prayers and
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 365 taught by Professor Brothermercier during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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