Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute Maps, links, background, Peabody Coal, Big Mountain
Multi-chapter history of Navajo and Hopi tribes, from ancient through present, by T.K. Reeves
San Juan Southern Paiute Council -- currently has no land base, is litigating the issue. Federally recognized in 1989.
Phoenix BIA Area Office, all tribes: AZ, NV, UT
Click on numbered list
* by a Nation's name means there's websites by or about it
PHOENIX AREA OFFICE
Bureau of Indian Affairs
P.O. Box 10
Phoenix, AZ 85001
Theodore Quasula (Acting)
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Colorado River Agency
Fort Apache Agency
Fort Yuma Agency
Salt River Agency
San Carlos Agency
Truxton Canon Agency
Tribal Offices and Websites (if found)
BIA Agency Office is in Parentheses after the Tribal Contact Info.
Jerry O. Enos, Chairman
Matthew Leivas, Sr., Chairman
Sherry Cordova, Chairman (Acting)
Daniel Eddy, Jr., Chairman
Clinton Pattea, President
Ferrell Secakuku, Chairman Hopi Community Profile -- economic profile perpared by Arizona State Department of commerce
Hopi Community Profile -- economic profile perpared by Arizona State Department of commerce
Hopi Electrician Debbie Tewa installs solar electricity hookups at reservation villages; she lives at Hotevilla. Story, written by Ojibwe Winona LaDuke, gives a different and far saner picture of life on the Hopi reservation today, showing how cultural needs cause adaptations of technology, such as this use of solar energy to generate electricity in independent and non-intrusive fashion. LaDuke, savvy Indian lady long involved in land retrieval efforts and Native environmental struggles, presents a picture very different from the one these southern California weirdo/covert manipulators have been pushing for 30 years. Solar is one of the projects of the (real) Hopi Foundation.
Al Qoyawayma's Fine Art--Ceramics, Sculpture and Pottery--Al Qüoyäma is a Hopi engineer, who (in 1977) was one of the founders of American Indian Science and Engineering Society. He is also a fine artist.
University of Arizona Press - Hopi Basket Weaving -- interesting book, well illustrated
Pong Kachina, Aha Kachina, and Hilili Kachina -- culture-through art lesson (with activities for various grade levels) focussed on 2 Hopi kachina dolls
Nampeyo (Tewa), Hopi-Tewa Vessels -- art/culture museum lesson focussed on Tewa Hano (Hopi First Mesa) famous potter Nampeyo's pots.
Tuba City/Hopi Mesas -- Elderhostel, a University of Arizona-based learning experience for older people, offers a cultural learning trip to and stay at Moencopi, lectures and excursions hosted and taught by Hopi elders.
BOOKS about Hopi History, culture, art, biography:
For Hopi sources and info about Navajo-Hopi lands disputes, see Page about the disputes, Big Mountain, etc.
Stan Rice, Jr., President
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Text, maps and graphics copyright -- Paula Giese, 1996, 1997 except where elsewhere attributed.
CREDITS: Some information on tribes fronm BIA server; corrected using Veronica Tiller's "American Indian Reservations and Trust Areas,&quyot; 1996.
Last Updated: 3/12/97/p>