Photographer's Note

This is the Eleventh of Twenty Four of my Grand Canyon Series.

This is a partial shot of the Hopi Indian House that is along the south rim. It is constructed with hand stacked stones. It is now a museum and shop, selling Hopi Indian artifacts and jewelry. The Hopi indians are peaceful farmers directly descendant from the ancestral Puebloans (Anasazi). Their lifestyle on the mesas is typical of Pueblos. Hopi Indians are considered the most adept dryland farmers in the world. Above notes based on

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