What foods did the Hopi Indians traditionally eat?

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The Hopi Indians practiced farming and grew most of their own food. They grew foods such as beans, squash, and corns, hunted animals such as antelopes and deer, and also ate berries and fruits. The Hopi Indians was a group of indigenous native people who lived in Hopi reserve nation in north eastern Arizona. The reservation is surrounded by the Navajo Reservation, where the two nations shared it.
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