Asked in World War 2
What is the language used by code talkers in World War 2?
The Navajo and 11 Hopi soldiers used the the easiest of the Navajo language, to help America defeat the Japanese. ...
Asked in English to Japanese
What is word alive when translated from English to Hopi?
Shnoo shnoo= meaning alive or to live
Asked in Hopi Indians
What is a walpi?
Walpi ( in Hopi: Wàlpi) is a Hopi village. It is on First Mesa in Arizona. It was started about 900 CE. It is next to Sitsomovi and to Tewa ( Hano), a village that was started in about 1680 - 1692 CE. It is one of the more traditional Hopi villages. Today it is part of the Hopi Nation today. The Tribal Chairman is LeRoy N. Shingoitewa. ...
Asked in Pueblo Indians
Does the hopi tribe still live do they still live in pueblos?
Yes they are still alive, and they still do live in pueblos.
What is the dissected tableland that is home to the Hopi?
It is the Kivas.The Kivas are an underground chamber in the pueblo home that ... The Hopi Indians today love their traditions, arts, and land, but also love the modern American life. ...
Asked in Native American History, Hopi Indians
How did the Hopi tribe impact the Americans today?
They gave us dry farming to places that do not have as much rain
Did Hopi people have religion?
Answer 1 Hopi people are a federally recognized tribe of Native American people. Hopi people do not have a Hopi religion in the same sense in US, Europe, and or Middle East. Hopi life is Hopi religion. There is no separation of the religious life from all other activities of the Hopi. Planting corn, weaving fabric, caring for children are all religious activities. Almost all Hopi people speak English today, but most of them also speak their native Hopi language. Answer 2 Religion is a "belief...
What arts and crafts did the Hopi Indians do?
Hopi artists are famous for their intricately carved Katina dolls, fine pottery, and weaving baskets. All of these arts are still flourishing today and helps them to communicate above their culture. The Hopi people originally learned the silversmith trade from the Spaniards. The Hopi people became master silversmiths utilizing sterling silver and sometimes gold thus creating incredible intricate carvings with only the use of very basic silversmith's tools. Hopi jewelry, particularly vintage or old pawn is probably the most expensive native American jewelry on...