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The Havasupai people (Havasupai: Havsuw’ Baaja) are an American Indian tribe who have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least the past 800 years. Havasu means “blue-green water” and pai “people”. Located primarily in an area known as Cataract Canyon, this Yuman-speaking population once laid claim to an area the size of Delaware (1.6 million acres [650,000 ha]). In 1882, however, the tribe was forced by the federal government to abandon all but 518 acres (210 ha) of its land. A silver rush and the Santa Fe Railroad in effect destroyed the fertile land. Furthermore, the inception of the Grand Canyon as a national park in 1919 pushed the Havasupai to the brink, as their land was consistently being used by the National Park Service. Throughout the 20th century, the tribe used the US judicial sy

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  • Gli Havasupai (o Havasu 'Baaja, "la gente delle acque verdi blu ") sono un popolo nativo americano che vive in una riserva situata nel Grand Canyon. Ad oggi si contano circa 600 individui appartenenti a questa etnia, che ha un'età media di poco superiore ai 28 anni.
  • Hawasupajowie albo Havasupai – plemię Indian Ameryki Północnej należące do grupy plemion Indian znad rzeki Kolorado (ang. Colorado River Indian Tribes - CRIT). Nazwa plemienia oznacza "Lud znad błękitno-zielonej wody", ale w języku spokrewnionych z nimi Hualapajów nazywano ich po prostu Pai, czyli ludźmi. Od około 1100 roku mieszkali w Kanionie Katarakt, stanowiącym fragment Wielkiego Kanionu i na okolicznym płaskowzgórzu. Mówili językiem z jumańskiej rodziny językowej.
  • Хавасупай, хавасупаи, самоназвание хавасубая, Havasu ’Baaja («люди воды бирюзового цвета») — индейское племя, проживающее в северо-западной части штата Аризона. Племя известно тем, что оно является наиболее давним из современных обитателей Гранд-Каньона, где оно живёт уже свыше 800 лет. Интерес представляет также то, что местная почта до сих пор развозится на муле. Ещё одной достопримечательностью является Ранчо-призрак (en:Phantom Ranch). В то же время территория проживания племени отличается великолепными водопадами, благодаря чему она стала местом туристического паломничества.
  • The Havasupai people (Havasupai: Havsuw’ Baaja) are an American Indian tribe who have lived in the Grand Canyon for at least the past 800 years. Havasu means “blue-green water” and pai “people”. Located primarily in an area known as Cataract Canyon, this Yuman-speaking population once laid claim to an area the size of Delaware (1.6 million acres [650,000 ha]). In 1882, however, the tribe was forced by the federal government to abandon all but 518 acres (210 ha) of its land. A silver rush and the Santa Fe Railroad in effect destroyed the fertile land. Furthermore, the inception of the Grand Canyon as a national park in 1919 pushed the Havasupai to the brink, as their land was consistently being used by the National Park Service. Throughout the 20th century, the tribe used the US judicial sy
  • Die Havasupai oder Havsuwʼ Baaja sind ein Indianerstamm im Südwesten der USA und zählen sprachlich, kulturell sowie geographisch zusammen mit den verwandten Hualapai (Walapai) und Yavapai zur Gruppe der Hochland-Yuma (Upland Yuma oder Nördliche Pai) im Nordwesten, Südwesten und westlichen Zentral-Arizona.
  • Los havasupai (en ocasiones llamados también Havasu 'Baaja) son una tribu amerindia que habita la región del oeste del Gran Cañón en el estado estadounidense de Arizona. La tribu tiene unos 650 integrantes, gobernados por el Concilio Tribal, cuyos miembros son elegidos cada siete años. El centro tribal es el pueblo de Supai, Arizona, accesible solamente a pie, caballo o helicóptero. Los havasupai hablan un dialecto (Havasupai) del Upland Yuman, una lengua yumano-cochimíe hablada también por los yavapai y los walapai.
  • Havasupai ou Havasu ’Baaja (signifiant « le peuple des eaux bleu-vert ») est le nom d'une tribu amérindienne vivant dans le nord-ouest de l'État de l'Arizona aux États-Unis. La renommée des Havasupai provient notamment du fait qu'ils sont les seuls habitants vivant en permanence dans le Grand Canyon. Les plans d'eau à la coloration turquoise intense et les splendides chutes d'eau qui se trouvent sur leur territoire ont aussi contribué à leur célébrité et attirent des milliers de visiteurs à longueur d'année.
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