Lorencita Saufkie demonstrates making piki, a thin traditional Hopi bread, as part of the Arizona Best Fest centennial celebration held in Prescott. American Indian tribes are taking part in state's centennial celebrations to share their traditions and their role in Arizona's history and future.
Members of the Hopi Tribe constructed a replica of a traditional dwelling for the Arizona Best Fest centennial celebration in Prescott.
Hualapai Tribal Councilmember Wynona Sinyella creates a ceremonial cape representing the breast of an eagle.
Geri Arviso, the Navajo Nation Tourism Department's economic development specialist, says that as sovereign nations Arizona's American Indian tribes are happy to celebrate Arizona's centennial.
Kassondra Yaiva, a University of Arizona student and chairwoman of the Miss Hopi Committee, greets visitors touring a replicate of a traditional Hopi dwelling at Arizona Best Fest.