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Analysis Of Ties That Bind: Hopi Gift Culture

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Whitely, Peter, 2002, Ties that Bind: Hopi Gift Culture and its First Encounter with the United States
The Hopi people had a unique culture of their own. They tried to fight against the Hispanics who tried to take their land and also tried to make peace with president. I am going to talk about who the Hopi are and where they live, the gender roles between men and women, and the Hopi’s idea of gifts.
The Hopi people are a tribe of Indians who lived in North America in the 1800’s. Even though many still remain in North America, they occupied the northeastern part of Arizona, where their ancestors have been living for thousands of years. The Hopi tribe participated in religious ceremonies and rituals. They also traded with other tribes for things
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