Hopi women grinding grain

Hopi women grinding grain

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Caption: Hopi women grinding grain in a mealing trough. The Hopi area a Native American people from the Southwestern United States. This hairstyle, known as squash blossom whorls, is only worn by unmarried women. Photographed circa 1906.

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