What the men did in the Hopi tribe is agriculture. As you can see, the bottom picture shows two men/boys looking at two cornstalks. Harvesting and picking corn is very important. This is because the Hopi tribe eats corm and makes most of their foods out of corn. Some foods they make out of corn include cornmeal (used in pancakes, bread, and other dough). They also use corn to make soups, porridge, desserts, and snacks. Another role the men play is politics. They argue about who is the next trie chief if a certain person is ready to be able to fight along with the warriors and criminal events. The last role that men have is being trained to fight in wars. Men and boys "train" to fight. They would use bows and arrows in training and in war. Woman have roles too! They were in charge of taking care of the children, taking care of the house, and making the food and clothing! These roles were important because no matter how big the family was, they needed to make enough food for the whole family to share and eat.
Daily Life - Women
I just finished his headdress
This cornbread is turning out better than I thought!
You guys having fun?
Clothing - Men
Clothing Men typically wear either breechcloths or a kilt, pants and a shirt. Most of the Hopi tribe's clothing is worn brown, but they are colored for any festive events or for their Chief. The woman, on the other hand, wear Manta (a dress), a wool blanket to keep warm, and sash(s). Men and women can wear headdresses, but they are typically worn by the chief or chiefs.