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The Pueblo Revolt : the secret rebellion that drove the Spaniards out of the Southwest

Author: David Roberts
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, ©2004.
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With the conquest of New Mexico in 1598, Spanish governors, soldiers, and missionaries began their brutal subjugation of the Pueblo Indians in what is today the Southwestern United States. In the summer of 1680, led by a visionary shaman named Popé, the Puebloans revolted. Before then the many different Pueblo villages had never acted in concert (and never would again). Now, in total secrecy they coordinated an  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Roberts, David, 1943-
Pueblo Revolt.
New York : Simon & Schuster, c2004
(OCoLC)608620612
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: David Roberts
ISBN: 074325516X 9780743255165
OCLC Number: 55679701
Description: 279 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The knotted cord --
The coming of the Kachinas --
Oñate --
Troublous times --
Popé's apotheosis --
The bloodless reconquest --
Diaspora.
Responsibility: David Roberts.
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With the conquest of New Mexico in 1598, Spanish governors, soldiers, and missionaries began their brutal subjugation of the Pueblo Indians in what is today the Southwestern United States. In the summer of 1680, led by a visionary shaman named Popé, the Puebloans revolted. Before then the many different Pueblo villages had never acted in concert (and never would again). Now, in total secrecy they coordinated an attack, routing the rulers in Santa Fe. Every Spaniard was driven from the Pueblo homeland--the only time in North American history that conquering Europeans were thoroughly expelled from Indian territory. Yet more than three centuries later, crucial questions remain unanswered: How did Popé succeed, and what happened between 1680 and 1692, when a new Spanish force reconquered the Pueblo peoples with relative ease? --From publisher description.

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Probing an enduring mystery

by jschallan (WorldCat user published 2006-08-08) Excellent Permalink
In 1680 the Native American Pueblos of the Southwest rose up in a coordinated rebellion that successfully cast their Spanish oppressors out of their lands for 12 years. This remains the most successful episode of native resistance to European encroachment. But subsequent disunity among the Pueblos doomed...
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