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Hopi Legends and the ‘Flying Shields’

Photos of Hopi Native Americans, one weaving a basket, the other knitting a stocking, ca. 1900 and 1901 respectively. (Charles C. Pierce via Wikimedia Commons)

The Hopituh Shi-nu-mu (Hopi) people are one of the Native American tribes, descendants of the ancient Pueblo people that lived in the South West Area...

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