Hopi Kachina carved into a cottonwood root,that represents an eagle dancer,7" tall for 7" wide with nice feathers on the top.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 friends and guests, they bring gifts and food. They also teach good behavior and the consequences of misbehavior. The Kachinas appear to the Hopi people in a physical form, dancing and singing in the different ceremonies They arrive at the end of December at the winter solstice first the villages of the 3rd Mesa (a Mesa is a high geographical plateau) then in February in the second Then the first Mesa.