American Indian Heritage Month: Commemoration vs. Exploitation
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Hopi-Tewa

The Hopi-Tewas are a small group (roughly 700) of Native Americans living mostly on the Hopi Reservation. These Indians are descended from immigrants who settled at First Mesa (Tewa Village [Hano] and Polacca) following the Pueblo Revolt, around 1700. They speak a variety of Tewa, a Tanoan language, and have some distinct cultural attributes.

 

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