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Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona

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    The Hopi have restrictions of where and what you can photograph. My guide made sure that I did not take pictures of anything taboo. I was introduced to kachina carvers, pointed out ancient pictographs on canyon walls and showed me his cornfield during a drought year. Photography was allowed for all these subjects.

Native American Medicine

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    Modern and traditional medicine men along with powerful potions from yellow bee pollen to Corn Mountain. Medicine men use their special abilities to channel medicine, or power, to influence events as well as to heal the sick. In many cases, the word "medicine" is interchangeable with the word "sacred".

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Native Sounds

  • Native Sounds & Music

Favorite Reading

  • Sides: Blood and Thunder
  • Mann: 1491: New Revelations of the Americas Before Columbus
  • Fergus: One Thousand White Women
  • Matthiessen: Indian Country
  • Brown: Bury My Heart
  • Deloria: Red Earth White Lies

MOVIES

  • WHALE RIDER
  • RABBIT PROOF FENCE
  • A MAN CALLED HORSE
  • LAST OF THE MOHICANS
  • THE LAST OF HIS TRIBE
  • SKINS
  • DREAMKEEPER
  • WARDANCE
  • THIEF OF TIME
  • WATER
  • LITTLE BIG MAN
  • DANCES WITH WOLVES
  • EDGE OF AMERICA
  • SMOKE SIGNALS
  • END OF THE SPEAR
  • POW WOW HIGHWAY

Visitors

  • MAP

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June 22, 2010

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WOW, wow, wow! Some amazing photos.

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