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Pueblo nations : eight centuries of Pueblo Indian history

Author: Joe S Sando
Publisher: Santa Fe, N.M. : Clear Light, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"An important and rare book. Clearly written and fairly presented, a first-hand synthesis of American Indian history and culture.... Sando has made a valuable contribution to American Indian history". (American Historical Review).

"This book is absolutely unique, the most intimate look at 20th-century Pueblo Indian life in New Mexico available today". (Alfonso Ortiz, writer and anthropologist, San Juan Pueblo).

"The first insider's story of the 800-year history of the 19 pueblos in New Mexico. This is an excellent book". (New York Times).

"A blend of traditional history and ethnography, sensitively written by a respected elder". (Choice).

Highly regarded by Native Americans as well as Anglo and Hispanic historians, Sando's book covers the origins and development of Pueblo civilization, the Spanish conquest, the Pueblo Revolt, the influence of the United States government in Pueblo history, and the issues of land and water rights so vital to the survival of Pueblo people today.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Nonfiction
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sando, Joe S., 1923-
Pueblo nations.
Santa Fe, N.M. : Clear Light, ©1992
(OCoLC)630468268
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joe S Sando
ISBN: 0940666073 9780940666078 0940666170 9780940666177
OCLC Number: 24174245
Description: xiv, 282 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Foreword (p.xi) --
Introduction (p.1) --
Nations within a nation (p.5). Locations and language (p.6) --
Government (p.13) --
In the beginning (p.21). The traditional history (p.22) --
Religion (p.30) --
Economy (p.35) --
Spanish conquest and Pueblo revolt (p.47). The Coronado expedition (p.52) --
The encomienda and repartimiento systems (p.59) --
Spaniards versus Spaniards (p.61) --
A revolt is planned (p.63) --
Return of the Spanish (p.70) --
The revolt continues (p.74) --
A new alliance (p.79) --
The United States in Pueblo history (p.83). The plan of Iguala (p.83) --
The treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (p.86) --
The leadership is attacked (p.97) --
The Taos controversy (p.100). Contents (cont.): Land, water, and survival (p.105). The land and the people (p.106) --
The Pueblo land grants (p.107) --
Land and the legal process (p.113) --
Bursum Bill opposition (p.116) --
The Pueblo appeal (p.117) --
The Pueblo Lands Act (p.119) --
A question of survival (p.122) --
The conservancy district (p.124) --
Trust responsibilities breached (p.128) --
Elements of change (p.133). Education : fulfilling a promise (p.133) --
Higher education (p.136) --
Educating the adult (p.144) --
Pueblo economy (p.147) --
Water rights : life or death (p.155) --
The all Indian Pueblo Council (p.158) --
A new lifestyle? (p.160) --
The Columbian quincentenary and the Pueblo Indians (p.165). Some who shaped Pueblo history (p.177) --
Pablo Abeita (p.181) --
Sotero Ortiz (p.192) --
Mateo Aragon (p.200) --
Martin Vigil (p.204). Contents (cont.): Edward Pasqual Dozier (p.211) --
Popovi Da (p.216) --
Beryl Blue Spruce (p.222) --
Joseph Naranjo (p.230) --
Bartolome de Ojeda (p.237) --
Epilogue (p.243) --
Appendixes (p.245) --
Bibliography (p.277).
Responsibility: Joe S. Sando ; foreword by Regis Pecos.

Abstract:

"An important and rare book. Clearly written and fairly presented, a first-hand synthesis of American Indian history and culture.... Sando has made a valuable contribution to American Indian history". (American Historical Review).

"This book is absolutely unique, the most intimate look at 20th-century Pueblo Indian life in New Mexico available today". (Alfonso Ortiz, writer and anthropologist, San Juan Pueblo).

"The first insider's story of the 800-year history of the 19 pueblos in New Mexico. This is an excellent book". (New York Times).

"A blend of traditional history and ethnography, sensitively written by a respected elder". (Choice).

Highly regarded by Native Americans as well as Anglo and Hispanic historians, Sando's book covers the origins and development of Pueblo civilization, the Spanish conquest, the Pueblo Revolt, the influence of the United States government in Pueblo history, and the issues of land and water rights so vital to the survival of Pueblo people today.

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