Home to the Hopi Indians is the Southwestern United States, perched high above northern Arizona, on three isolated mesas. Appropriately named First, Second, and Third Mesa.. Comprising approximately 650,000 acres, the Hopi reservation is a remote area, and is surrounded on all sides by the Navajo Reservation. The Hopi people have lived in this area for over a thousand years, with one of its native villages on Third Mesa (Old Oraibi) having the distinction of being the oldest continuously inhabited village in the United States.
Hopi Cultural Preservation Office  
Hopi - The Real Thing  
Hopi Traditional Elder - Thomas Banyacy  
Hopi Way - Cloud Dancing  
About the Hopi Indians The Hopi reservation, profiles the season of the Kachinas, and offers photographs of Hopi villages.
How Hopi Indians Reached the World Story of how the Hopi Indians reached the world from the center of the earth, ascending through four different cave-like worlds.
Hopi Official Web Site Everything you need to know
The Hopi  
Hopi Indians  
Hopi Tribe  
Hopi Rain (Snake) Dance  
Hopi Indians: Native Americans of the Southwest