Hopi Kachina representing a warrior,carved in a cottonwood root.The doll is 8" tall and 3.50" large.The colors have a meaning,the north for yellow,south for red,white for east,blue for the west and black for the zenith.
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The kachinas are ritual dolls created by the Zuni and Hopis Indians whose territory is enclaved in the Great Navajo Reserve in the southwest of the United States.
The Hopi are, along with the Zuni and the Navajo, the most known peoples, living in the southwestern United States, mainly in the states of Arizona and New Mexico. Descendants of the Anasazi culture, an ancient civilization dating back to the first millennium BC, they now live on reservations. They try to preserve and revive their ancestral traditions in fortified villages embedded in cliffs.