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About the History of the Pueblo of Santa Ana __ A good look at the history and culture of the Santa Ana Pueblo. "The original pueblo, located at approximately 5,400 feet above sea level, lies against a craggy mesa wall on the north bank of Jemez River. The site provided both protection and seclusion. Travelers to the area historically tended to follow the north-south trade route along the Rio Grande or headed east and west without making contact, making Santa Ana one of the least visited of the New Mexico pueblos." You will also learn about their plans for the future. - From The Pueblo of Santa Ana - http://www.santaana.org/history.htm 
Popé__ Here is an interesting story about "The first American Revolution." "A religious leader from San Juan Pueblo in present-day New Mexico, Popé organized and led the most successful Indian uprising in the history of the American West." - From PBS - http://www.pbs.org/weta/thewest/people/i_r/pope.htm 

Pueblo __ A brief overview of Pueblo history, language and daily life. - From Minnesota State University - http://www.mnsu.edu/emuseum/cultural/northamerica/pueblo.html 

Pueblo Indians __ A good introduction to Pueblo history, customs, clan organization and more. - From Dragonfly Dream - http://www.dragonflydream.com/PuebloIndians.html 

Pueblo of Sandia Home Page __ "The Pueblo of Sandia is a Native American Community located on the northern boundary of the city of Albuquerque in central New Mexico, covering 22,877 acres on the east side of the Rio Grande River Valley. It is one of 19 pueblos located throughout the state and known as one of the eastern pueblos which are located along the Rio Grande." Learn about their history, culture and plans for the future. - illustrated - from Sandia Pueblo - http://www.sandiapueblo.nsn.us/ 
Songs of the Pueblo Indians __ A collection of Pueblo songs and poems. - From the University of Virginia - http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/toc/modeng/public/LowSong.html 

Taos Pueblo __ Visit the Taos Pueblo online. "Taos Pueblo is the only living Native American community designated both a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and a National Historic Landmark. The multi-storied adobe buildings have been continuously inhabited for over 1000 years." Photo album, history, culture and more from this New Mexico pueblo. - illustrated - From TaosWebb - http://www.taospueblo.com/ 

Walatowa Visitor Center __ Come and learn about the world of the Jemez Pueblo. "The area's rich cultural past and ancient traditions are embedded in the proud history of the Pueblo of Jemez. By the time of first European contact in the year 1541, the Jemez nation was one of the largest and most powerful of the pueblo cultures, occupying numerous pueblo villages that were strategically located on the high mountain mesas and the canyons that surround the present pueblo of Walatowa." - illustrated - From JemezPueblo.org - http://www.jemezpueblo.org/


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