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Hopi Collection

Background imageHopi Collection: Pueblo Pots

Pueblo Pots
Pots of the Pueblo peoples of Arizona and New Mexico : the five lower pieces are prehistoric, the rest are of late 19th century Hopi and other tribes

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Potter 1908

Hopi Potter 1908
Nampeyo, a renowned pot-maker of the Hopi village of Tewa, northeastern Arizona : her pots are hand-made in every sense - no wheel or elaborate tools are used

Background imageHopi Collection: HOPI MOTHER / CHILD 1900

HOPI MOTHER / CHILD 1900
A Native American mother and child of the Hopi people. Date: 1900

Background imageHopi Collection: HOPI KIVA

HOPI KIVA
The kiva of the Powamu Society of the Hopi people of Crand Canyon, Arizona - the sanctuary where religious and magical ceremonies such as rain-making are performed

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Snake Priest entering Snake Kiva, Oraibi, Arizona, USA

Hopi Snake Priest entering Snake Kiva, Oraibi, Arizona, USA
Hopi Snake Priest entering The Snake Kiva (or Sacred Dwelling ), Oraibi, Arizona, USA. This is the depository for snakes collected during eight days prior to the ceremony

Background imageHopi Collection: Arizona, USA - Hopi woman and girl

Arizona, USA - Hopi woman and girl. Before marriage Hopi girls wear their hair in two large whorls on either side of their head. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageHopi Collection: Grand Canyon (Photo)

Grand Canyon (Photo)
The Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, Arizona, - the sunset seen from Hopi Point Date: 1923

Background imageHopi Collection: USA / Grand Canyon C20

USA / Grand Canyon C20
Grand Canyon, Arizona: looking west from Hopi Point Date: early 20th century

Background imageHopi Collection: Moqui Indian Family - Arizona, USA

Moqui Indian Family - Arizona, USA. The Moqui

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Watch Tower - Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

Hopi Watch Tower - Grand Canyon, Arizona, USA

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Mother and Children

Hopi Mother and Children
A mother and two children of the Hopi people, outside their home in Mishongnovi, Arizona

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Home, Early C19

Hopi Home, Early C19
A Hopi Pueblo of the early 19th century, reconstructed at Grand Canyon, Arizona : note the ladders used for access to the upper floors Date: early 19th century

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Fetch Water

Hopi Fetch Water
Hopi women from Tewa village in northeastern Arizona; their villages are on high ground, for security, but this means they must go far to fetch water from the valleys

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Flute Boy

Hopi Flute Boy
A flute-player of the Hopi flute society, (Arizona) who plays an important role in tribal life as the central figure in the traditional rain-making ceremonies

Background imageHopi Collection: Racial / Snake Dance 1908

Racial / Snake Dance 1908
Snake dance of the Hopi people of Arizona, performed with live and poisonous rattlesnakes which are set free after the ceremony, intended to bring rain

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopis Gather Wood

Hopis Gather Wood
Two Hopi men on a wood- gathering expedition : wood is hard to come by in the Arizona desert, and seeking it can mean a long journey

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Hairdressing

Hopi Hairdressing
A Hopi mother of Arizona arranges her daughters hair in the traditional style

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Men Singing

Hopi Men Singing
Three men of the Hopi tribe of the Pueblo people of New Mexico sing their traditional religious songs accompanied by a drum, in the kiva building which women may not enter

Background imageHopi Collection: Hopi Snake Dance

Hopi Snake Dance
Snake dance of the Hopi people of Arizona, performed with live and poisonous rattlesnakes which are set free after the ceremony, intended to bring rain

Background imageHopi Collection: Ours is a Hopi Home

Ours is a Hopi Home
The homes of the Hopi people of Arizona (built and owned by the women) are on three levels : access to the upper floors (used for storage and such) is by ladder

Background imageHopi Collection: Racial / Hopi Girl 1900

Racial / Hopi Girl 1900
Hopi girl from the village of Walpi

Background imageHopi Collection: Racial / Hopi Snake Chief

Racial / Hopi Snake Chief
Hopi snake chief from the village of Hano

Background imageHopi Collection: Racial / Hopi Mother / Child

Racial / Hopi Mother / Child
A Native American mother and child of the Hopi people


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