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What are the Hopi and Zuni tribes?

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Where did the Hopi and Zuni tribes live?

the Zuni tribe is from northwestern New Mexico


What are the native American tribes in the south west?

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Andrea Portago has written: 'Classic Hopi and Zuni kachina figures' -- subject(s): Hopi dolls, Hopi mythology, Kachina dolls, Zuni dolls, Zuni mythology


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peublo


How do you spell pueblo?

The spelling pueblo refers to a stone or mud dwelling, named for the Spanish word for "town." The Amerindian tribes of the US Southwest are collectively known as the Pueblo tribes (Taos Acoma, Zuni, and Hopi).


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Hopi Zuni Anasazi


To the Hopi and Zuni of the American Southwest a Kachina?

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Did the hopi travel?

The Hopi mainly traveled by foot but sometimes by horse. They are known as the Pueblo and the Zuni's too.


How did the HOPI travel?

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What are the primary components of the Hopi and Zuni conception of a three-tiered world?

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Does the Zuni word 'koko' have anything at all to do with 'Kokopelli'?

The term kokopelli is really a Hopi word, not a Zuni one, but it has been adopted into Zuni mythology. The meaning of kokopelli is unclear; perhaps it is from the Hopi name of another god (Koko) plus Hopi pelli, a type of fly.In Zuni the term koko is often applied to katchinas in general, so it could be said to be loosely connected with kokopelli.


Did Hopi and Seminole tribes live in teepee's?

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