The native Americans are called Hopi Indians. They are also called the peaceful pethrir due to their nonviolent nature and simple ways if living. The word "Hopi" means peace. The Hopls are farmers by occupation and their primary crop is corn. They have a distinct culture of their own. Their daily life is part of their religion. Again, they believe that they need to help others to improve their life. Their customs are also a
different type. The children inherit the clan of their mother. However, women cannot become religious leader. The man own the livestock and the fruit trees. On the other hand the women are distinguished. Men are to clear the fields, maintain and harvest the corn while women are to care the seeds and distribute harvest products. Women also assist the male in the fields.