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For the Pojoaque Pueblo, it's location and commitment - Pojoaque Pueblo, NM  __ "With close to full employment for its 244 tribal members, diminutive 13,433-acre Pojoaque Pueblo on US 285 between Santa Fe and Espanola represents one of the state's most dynamic examples of tribal development of existing resources." Excellent article about the Pojoaque. - From New Mexico Business Journal/findarticles.com - http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m5092/is_n6_v19/ai_16984295

Native American Tribal Information » Pueblo of Pojoaque New Mexico __ "Pojoaque and Pojoaque Pueblo are neighboring communities. Pojoaque Pueblo is an Indian Reservation, and the town of Pojoaque is a collection of communities near the Pueblo with people from various ethnic backgrounds."  A few stats and links. - From ygtu.com - http://www.ygtu.com/Pueblo-of-Pojoaque-New-Mexico

New Mexico Office of the State Historian : Pojoaque Pueblo __ "Pojaque Pueblo was first inhabited as early as 500 AD, but its population reached its peak in the late 15th and early 16th centuries."  A brief overview along with a historic photo. - illustrated - From newmexicohistory.org - http://www.newmexicohistory.org/filedetails.php?fileID=1354 

Poeh Center | Home __ "The Pueblo of Pojoaque’s Tribal Council established the Poeh Center in 1988 as the first permanent tribally owned and operated mechanism for cultural preservation and revitalization within the Pueblo communities of the northern Rio Grande Valley. The Center emphasizes arts and cultures of all Pueblo People with focus on the Tewa-speaking Pueblos of Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Santa Clara and Tesuque; and the Tiwa-speaking Pueblos of Picuris and Taos." General information, programs, policies, funding, more. - illustrated - From poehcenter.com - http://www.poehcenter.com/


Pojoaque, New Mexico __ You will find an encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pojoaque,_New_Mexico

Pojoaque Pueblo __ "Pojoaque was almost destroyed by war and disease, but in the 1930s, survivors returned and fenced off their lands, evicting squatters."  A brief overview. - illustrated - From nmmagazine.com - http://www.nmmagazine.com/native_american/pojoaque.php

Pojoaque Pueblo __ "Today the pueblo has an enrollment of about 300 people making it the smallest pueblo. However it is one big pueblo economically."  A very brief overview. - From visitsantafe.com - http://www.visitsantafe.com/businesspage.cfm?businessid=1645


Pojoaque Pueblo __ "Pojoaque has always maintained a strong cultural identity and was known by its Tewa speaking neighbors as “Po-suwae-geh” the water drinking or gathering place."  A general overview with links to related material. - From indianpueblo.org - http://www.indianpueblo.org/19pueblos/pojoaque.html    

Pojoaque Pueblo Pottery Collection ___Excellent photos accompany the text which describes the Pojoaque pottery tradition. - Click on any numbered image link to see various enlargements of each object. There is also a good map which shows the location of all pueblos, and a few paragraphs of history. - Illustrated - From Clayhound Web -  http://www.clayhound.us/sites/pojoaque.htm

Resources on the Pojoaque __ List of online resources for Pojoaque Pueblo. - from mongabay.com - http://www.mongabay.com/indigenous_ethnicities/north_american/Pojoaque.html  



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