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Women’s History Month highlights Native American contributions

Nampeyo was born in Tewa Village (Hano), First Mesa, Hopi reservation, Arizona, the daughter of Qotsvema, a Hopi farmer from Walpi, and Qotcakao of the Corn Clan at Hano. She was the first American Indian artisan to be hired to give demonstrations at Hopi House in Grand Canyon National Park. (Photo/NPS)

Nampeyo was born in Tewa Village (Hano), First Mesa, Hopi reservation, Arizona, the daughter of Qotsvema, a Hopi farmer from Walpi, and Qotcakao of the Corn Clan at Hano. She was the first American Indian artisan to be hired to give demonstrations at Hopi House in Grand Canyon National Park. (Photo/NPS)

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