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NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS OF NEW MEXICO


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Native American Indians of New Mexico

   Native American Indians of New Mexico

Below is an adaptation of an article by A. W. Bell called "On the Native Races of New Mexico, published in 1869. Although it is already over a 130 years old, it provides very useful insights into the life and history of Native Americans Indians in New Mexico. It discusses the tribes, the Spanish expeditions, as well as the migration patterns that led to the distribution of Indian tribes in the region.

The main Indian tribes discussed are the Pueblo, Pima, Papago, Navajo and Apache, all of which were still surviving in the 1860s when this study was written. Unfortunately, today some of them are already extinct.

The Pueblo Indians
The Pueblo Indians 2
The Pueblo Indians 3
The Pueblo Indians 4
The Pima Indians
The Pima Indians 2
The Pima Indians 3
The Papago Indians
The Navajo and Apache
The Navajo and Apache 2
The Navajo and Apache 3
The Navajo and Apache 4
The Navajo and Apache 5
The Walapais and Yampas
Indian Ruins
Indian Ruins 2
Indian Ruins 3
Indian Ruins 4
Indian Ruins 5
Indian Ruins 6
Spanish Explorers
Marco de Nica
Marco de Nica 2
Marco de Nica 3
Coronado
Coronado 2
Espejo
Espejo 2
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico 2
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico 3
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico 4
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico 5
Migration Patterns of Indians in New Mexico 6

   Native American Indians of New Mexico
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