Hualapai


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a member of a North American people formerly living in the Colorado river valley in Arizona

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the Yuman language spoken by the Walapai

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Assuming for the moment that the Hualapai were not a tribe in a political sense, we have a people who all ethnologists agree, spoke the same language, had a common culture, intermarried, made common use of the lands away from their settlements, shared their own territories, engaged in common economic activities and considered themselves one people.
She began school on the Hualapai Reservation and traveled throughout Arizona's Indian country with her father, who worked for the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
If (when) they return to the Kingman area, I recommend the Delmonico at Kingman Company Steakhouse (a mile and a half north of Route 66 on Stockton Hill Road) and the prime-rib dinner at the Hualapai Mountain Resort (12.
This is owned by the Hualapai Native American tribe who provide a hop–on, hop–off bus tour system.
The Lummi and Hualapai closed casinos (Evans and Topoleski 2002).
It was built by the Hualapai people, who along with outside parties have been successful in developing a tourism business that is believed to be attracting between 1,500 to 4,000 people a day.
He said, "If Hualapai Dam had been built, or ever were built, this place where you are swimming would be at the bottom of a hundred feet of water.
We Are an Indian Nation: A History of the Hualapai People.
McMILLEN, MAKING INDIAN LAW: THE HUALAPAI LAND CASE AND THE BIRTH OF ETHNOHISTORY 152-53 (2007) (discussing Littell's representation of the United States against Indian tribes).
The 51-year-old had stepped casually onto the side of a helicopter before it took off and into the sky above Guano Point on the Hualapai Indian Reservation.
Guests touch down by the banks of the Colorado River in time to explore the Native American Hualapai lands.
We are an Indian nation; a history of the Hualapai people.
The Forest Service has described the Peaks as "a landmark upon the horizon, as viewed from the traditional or ancestral lands of the Hopi, Zuni, Acoma, Navajo, Apache, Yavapai, Hualapai, Havasupai, and Paiute.
TRIVIA: Native American Kiowa is a descendent of the Hualapai tribe.
The tour travels 3,200 feet below the rim to land on an area designated by Hualapai Indians.