The Hopi people settled a village in A.D. 1050, which is still inhabited today. This fascinating native group managed to successfully farm and herd in the hot deserts of the Southwest. Many people are captivated with Hopi culture, which endures despite years of discrimination and intolerance. This sensitive volume shines light on Hopi traditions, with spotlights on ceremonies, rituals, housing, and clothing. Historic photographs, descriptive text, and interesting fact boxes aid readers in making connections to these extraordinary people.