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Ohkay Owingeh Dept. of Education __ " Our mission is to provide administrative services to the Ohkay Owingeh Community School and educational services and opportunities to Ohkay Owingeh Tribal Members and the Ohkay Owingeh Community." Learn more about the school district. - illustrated - From sanjuaned.org - http://www.sanjuaned.org/ 

Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo __ "It was previously known as San Juan Pueblo until changing back to its pre-Spanish name in November 2005. The Tewa name of the pueblo means "place of the strong people." In addition to the common name, the ceremonial name of the pueblo means "village of the dew-bedecked corn structure." - An encyclopedic article - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ohkay_Owingeh_Pueblo 

Past and Future Meet in San Juan Pueblo Solar Project __ "Amid adobe buildings and farmlands nestled in the fertile Rio Grande valley, Indians at this northern New Mexico pueblo are using technologies advanced by Sandia National Laboratories to improve traditional methods of food processing and preparation." An interesting article. - From solarcooking.org - http://solarcooking.org/sanjuan1.htm

San Juan Pueblo __ "Traditionally, San Juan (O'ke in Tewa) was the center of an Indian meeting ground, its people so powerful that only an O'ke native could declare war for the Pueblo Indians. Although called a Taoseño, Pueblo Revolt leader Popé actually was a San Juan native."  A brief overview. - From nmmagazine.com - http://www.nmmagazine.com/native_american/san_juan.php

 
 
San Juan Pueblo--American Southwest __ A brief overview. - illustrated - From National Park Service - http://www.nps.gov/history/nr/travel/amsw/sw41.htm

San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico NM Community Profile __ "The San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico NM city profile includes San Juan Pueblo, NM census data, demographics and income data; parks, schools, libraries, ..." That and more. - From hometownlocator.com - http://www.hometownlocator.com/City/San-Juan-Pueblo-New-Mexico.cfm   

San Juan Pueblo, New Mexico (NM) Detailed Profile __ Here are statistics, demographics, maps, even presidential election results and a lot more. - illustrated - From city-data.com - http://www.city-data.com/city/San-Juan-Pueblo-New-Mexico.html 



San Juan Pueblo News __ "Local news for San Juan Pueblo, NM continually updated from thousands of sources on the web." - From topix.net - http://www.topix.net/city/san-juan-pueblo-nm 

San Juan Pueblo Pottery Collection ___Excellent photos accompany the text which describes the San Juan pottery tradition. - Click on any numbered image link to see various enlargements of each object. There is also a good map which shows the location of all pueblos. - Illustrated - From Clayhound Web - http://www.clayhound.us/sites/sanjuan.htm 

Smart Growth Resource Library: Smart Growth In Action: San Juan ... __ San Juan Pueblo has been around for 700 years. Now they have a community development Master Plan. "The plan is the first smart growth model for Native American tribes. It provides a long-term growth strategy, coordinates existing infrastructure with housing and commercial development, preserves the walkable historic plazas, and encourages retail and commercial uses in a “main street” style." - illustrated - From smartgrowth.org - http://www.smartgrowth.org/library/articles.asp?art=1826&res=800

 

 

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