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About the History of the Pueblo of Santa Ana ___An excellent history! - Text only - From the The Pueblo of Santa Ana - http://www.santaana.org/history.htm

Official Santa Ana Pueblo website __ A large amount of information ranging from history to tribal business, map, human and natural resources, investments, calendar and more. - illustrated - From santaana.org - http://www.santaana.org/

Pueblo of Santa Ana, Department of Natural Resources __ "Tribal Government created the Santa Ana Department of Natural Resources (SADNR) in 1996 to develop and implement natural resource management programs that protect, preserve, and enhance natural resources for current and future tribal members." Learn about the program and results. - illustrated - From Pueblo of Santa Ana - http://65.100.28.11/ 



Santa Ana Pueblo __ "The Santa Ana Pueblo people, who have occupied their current site in central New Mexico since at least the late 1500s, believe their ancestors originated from a subterranean world to the north."  A brief overview along with a Calendar of events. - illustrated - From newmexico.org - http://www.newmexico.org/native_america/pueblos/santa_ana.php

Santa Ana Pueblo __ "Santa Ana Pueblo has a long history of progress. In 1709, the pueblo purchased 5,000 acres along the Río Grande to increase its agricultural production and land base."  A general overview plus access to information about other pueblos. - From nmmagazine.com - http://www.nmmagazine.com/native_american/santa_ana.php

Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico __ "Santa Ana Pueblo is a census-designated place located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the CDP had a total population of 479. The Pueblo, named Tamaya in the native language, administers a total reservation land of 73,000 acres (295 km²) in the Rio Grande valley and is composed of Native Americans who speak an eastern dialect of the Keresan languages." An encyclopedic article. - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Ana_Pueblo,_New_Mexico   

Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico Detailed Profile ___Facts and statistics. - Illustrated - From City-data.com - http://www.city-data.com/city/Santa-Ana-Pueblo-New-Mexico.html 



Santa Ana Pueblo News __ "Local news for Santa Ana Pueblo, NM continually updated from thousands of sources on the web." - From topix.net - http://www.topix.net/city/santa-ana-pueblo-nm 

Santa Ana Pueblo Pottery Collection ___Excellent photos accompany the text which describes the Santa Ana 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/santaana.htm 

Santa Ana Pueblo’s Cooking Post ___Information about this pueblo's foray into the food industry. - Text only - From Canku Ota - http://www.turtletrack.org/Issues04/Co06192004/CO_06192004_Cooking_Post.htm 

 

 

 

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