What did the the Native American Hopi Indians use for transportation?
During the early existence of the Hopi and other Pueblo Indians, transportation was not a societal consideration. Their territorial claims were limited to a specific valley or canyon. They held no sense of dominance over their neighbors, did not migrate, and until the inovation of the horse by Spaniards, they had seen no reason to mount exploration beyond their homeland. Domesticated dogs were a convenience and a protien source, but were rarely anything but pets until the starving times.