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The Zuni were friendly with the missionaries, and for the most part, hostilities ceased until the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. The Hopi L ike Coronado, Don Juan Oñate took land throughout the Southwest in the name of Spain, including Hopi land in northern Arizona. ” They had farmed northern Arizona since long before the Spanish arrived. Hopi had lived in Oraibi, a village on the Third Mesa, since 1050. As desert dwellers, the Hopi remained concerned about water for crops and daily needs. The Hopi snake dance was (and continues to be) a ritual to ask the snakes to carry prayers of rain to the gods of the underworld.
42 The Nations’ style of government would influence America’s Founding Fathers, such as Benjamin Franklin, to create the United States’ legislative bodies of the Senate and House of Representatives. In fact, Franklin invited the Six Nations Confederacy (the Tuscarora joined in 1722) to explain their government at a delegation meeting in Albany, New York. The government of the Six Nations Confederacy was a model for the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution of the United States. What the United States didn’t adopt from the Six Nations was the important leadership role of women in government.
The first peace treaty may have been between the French and the Haudenosaunee in 1624. Like most treaties, this one didn’t last. The Six Nations were more successful in their alliances with the English. Unlike many Algonquian nations, the Iroquois actually increased in population in the early 1600s. Located farther inland, they avoided the diseases that devastated the Wampanoag. They also conquered other Iroquois-speaking people, such as the Huron, and adopted them into the Six Nations. Yet policies after the American Revolution eventually led to a breakup of many New York villages in the 1800s.
Another Pet (Read-It! Readers) by Trisha Speed Shaskan