Walpi Hopi Village
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Walpi is an ancient stone pueblo complex located on the First Mesa, 300 feet above the canyon floor, on the Hopi Reservation. The villages of Sichomovi and Tewa (Hano) are also on First Mesa, both established after the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 against the Spanish missions. Walpi is one of the older continuously inhabited villages in the United States, continuously inhabited for more than 1100 years since around 900 AD. It is an example of traditional Hopi stone architecture, used for their historic pueblos built at defensive locations on the mesa tops.
The stone pueblo subtly rising from the stone mesa was well documented by photographs in the latter 19th century.
NOTE: Sharlot Hall Museum Research Center has more Hopi photographs; however these are restricted and can only be viewed by approval from the Hopi Cultural Center (email: firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 928-734-2401).
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