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The Hopi are a federally recognized tribe whose reservation was created by executive order in 1882. They primarily live on the Black Mesa escarpment in northeastern Arizona. Their 2.5-million-acre reservation is surrounded by the larger Navajo Nation with whom the Hopi ...

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