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Havasupai tribe - Earth Shelter

Native American Havasupai family at the entry of their brush shelter, Supai, side canyon of the Grand Canyon, Arizona - Wittick - 1883

Grand Canyon from high up. http://CharlesDHeineke.com

Funny pictures about Grand Canyon as seen from Outer Space. Oh, and cool pics about Grand Canyon as seen from Outer Space. Also, Grand Canyon as seen from Outer Space.

The Navajo tribe in New Mexico and Arizona built hogans. Hogans have six sides built from wood poles and adobe (mud). There was one room in the hogan and the doorway faced to the east. Beautiful Navajo rugs covered the doorway. There was a hole in the roof so smoke from the fires could escape.

The Navajo tribe in New Mexico and Arizona built hogans with six sides built from wood poles and adobe There was one room in the hogan with east facing doorway. Rugs covered the doorway. A hole in the roof let smoke from the fires escape.

Havasupai basket maker 1902. The Havsuw’ Baaja, Blue Water People, have called the Grand Canyon home for 800 yrs. In an area known as Cataract Canyon, they once had a reservation the size of Delaware. In 1882, the government took all but 518 acres off them. A silver rush, the Santa Fe Railroad, the Grand Canyon as a National Park finally pushed them to act. The tribe used the US judicial system to fight this injustice. 1975, they succeeded in regaining 251,000 acres of their ancestral land…

Havasupai basket maker 1902. The Havsuw’ Baaja, Blue Water People, have called the Grand Canyon home for 800 yrs. In an area known as Cataract Canyon, they once had a reservation the size of Delaware. In 1882, the government took all but 518 acres off them. A silver rush, the Santa Fe Railroad, the Grand Canyon as a National Park finally pushed them to act. The tribe used the US judicial system to fight this injustice. 1975, they succeeded in regaining 251,000 acres of their ancestral land…

Grand Canyon Map

Official Website of the Havasupai Tribe the last 8 miles into the canyon where the Havasupai Indians live

Two Havasupai Indian women in front of native dwelling Havasu Canyon ca 1899

Two Havasupai Indian women in front of native dwelling Havasu Canyon ca 1899 …

Chinook  Indian canoe Skokomish Camp. Mat shelter is interesting.

Buy prints of A Skokomish Camp (The North American Indian, v. Norwood, MA: The Plimpton Press, by Edward Sheriff Curtis online.

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