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Title: THE 19 PUEBLOS OF NEW MEXICO


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THE 19 PUEBLOS OF NEW MEXICO
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19 PUEBLOS OF NEW MEXICO
  • Sandia Pueblo

San Felipe Pueblo
Nambe Pueblo
Santa Clara Pueblo
Acoma Pueblo
Santo Domingo Pueblo
Santa Ana Pueblo
Jemez Pueblo
Zia Pueblo
San Ildefonso Pueblo
Cochiti Pueblo
Isleta Pueblo
Taos Pueblo
Pojoaque Pueblo
Tesuque Pueblo
Picuris Pueblo
San Juan Pueblo
Laguna Pueblo
Zuni Pueblo
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  • Many of the Pueblos are located in northern New
    Mexico
  • Some are located near the Rio Grande
  • Some have been there for centuries, some from the
    16th century

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Pueblo Life
  • Lived in villages named Pueblos
  • Lived in Adobe Houses
  • Grew corn, squash, pumpkins, and more
  • Traded with the Aztecs and Navajo
  • Women made pots, weaved, cooked, and took care of
    children
  • Men traded, grew vegetation, and hunted

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The Anasazi
  • Actually means Ancient Ones
  • Ancestors of the Pueblo Indians
  • They were located around the Four Corners
  • They were the dominant tribe in the southwest
    between 700 A.D. and 1000 A.D.
  • Lived in cliff dwellings
  • Influenced Pueblo Indian culture

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Religion
  • Believe that every living thing has a spirit
  • Believe in Kachinas as great spirits or angels of
    the word
  • Believe in Kokopelli as a god or a great spirit
  • Have many Kachina dances to celebrate the spirits
    of living things that they harvested
  • Medicine men were considered as priests

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Legend of Kokopelli
  • Was a Medicine Man or a god
  • Went to every tribe and taught them how to heal
    and harvest
  • Last tribe he went to was the Anasazi
  • The Anasazi killed him and the hunched back
    Kokopelli
  • Because Kokopelli couldn't teach them, they died
    from sickness and starvation

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Cultural Effects
  • Influenced by Spanish, Mexican, and American
    cultures.
  • Many speak Spanish
  • Turned into Catholics
  • Many Pueblo foods are alike from other cultures
  • Missions were built near Pueblos
  • Many were enslaved
  • Kachina dances changed to be on saint feast days
  • The New Mexican Flag is actually has Pueblo and
    Spanish influences

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Pueblos Today
  • Still continue to have dances on feast days
  • Continue to speak their own language
  • Continues to follow old traditions
  • Many Pueblos are like tourist attractions
  • Some even live like how they were hundreds of
    years ago
  • Some live like you and I

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  • Created by Donald Quintana
  • Special Thanks To
  • Ms. Patterson and Ms. Simmeth
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    large_flag_of_spain.gif
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