The Resource --If you lived with the Hopi, by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Linda Gardner
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- by Anne Kamma ; illustrated by Linda Gardner
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- Would you live in a tepee? -- Who would live in your house? -- What happened if your house got too crowded? -- How would you keep warm? -- Who would take care of you? -- What was a clan? Why was a clan so important? -- How would you get your name? -- When would you first go outside? -- What clothes would you wear? -- Where would you find water? -- Why did the Hopi carve holes in the mesa rock? -- What would you eat? -- How could corn grow in the desert? -- Where did the Hopi plant their corn? -- How would you keep the corn from spoiling? -- What was a sun watcher? -- What happened if it didn't rain? -- Would you ever have to leave your home? -- What did girls have to learn? -- What did boys have to learn? -- What was the "Hopi Way"? -- What was the Hopi religion? -- Who were the kachinas? -- What was a kiva? -- Would you have fun in the kiva? -- What happened if you did something bad? What if you were really, really bad? -- Would you go to school? -- Did children have to work? -- Were boys more important than girls? -- What games would you play? -- What would you do in the winter? -- How would you get the latest news? -- Did Hopi parents ever get divorced? -- Would you go on an eagle-gathering trip? -- Why was the eagle important to the Hopi? -- Where did the Hopi get their salt? -- Why didn't the Hopi mind living in the desert? -- What happened when the Hopi and the Spanish first met? -- How did the Spanish treat the Indians? -- Did the Hopi ever fight the Spanish? -- Did other Indian tribes attack the Hopi? -- Did the Americans treat the Hopi better? -- Why didn't the Hopi want to send their children to government schools? -- How were children treated at the Indian boarding schools?
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- 19 x 23 cm.
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