Hopi Culture Research Paper

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The Hopi culture is described as being similar to the Oglala Indians, but, are considered differently in the works of rituals and income. The Hopi Indians in their time spend roughly one-thirds to one-half of the working in rituals and tending to farming. They once combined farming and hunting when their crops fail. But when hunting declined, the Hopi continued to grow crops of corn, beans, and squash. To the Hopi Indians, the main driving force of their religious rites were the Kachinas; Spiritual beings honored as spirits of the dead.

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