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More than fifty thousand people. Today, fifteen times that number live in the old Pueblo area. This region of the Rio Grande Pueblo people, or eastern Pueblos, as they are sometimes called, is one of mixed mountains, river basins, rolling plateaus, and high plains contained in three great physiographic provinces (map 2). The first of these, the Rocky Mountain province, extends into northeastern New Mexico as the Sangre de Cristo Mountainsthe highest range in New Mexico, with individual peaks reaching more than thirteen thousand feet.
113 11. D. 1500. 139 12. Sonora in Coronado's time. 154 13. Coronado's route from Sonora to Kansas. 158 14. Spaniards to the Rio Grande. 171 15. Southwestern groups contacted by Spaniards in the sixteenth century. 184 16. People of the Southwest and High Plains, 1540. 191 17. Spanish exploration in the Southwest, 1581-1583. 229 18. Spanish control of the Southwest, 1680. 257 Plates 1. The Rio Grande south of San Ildefonso Pueblo. 10 2. The ancient volcanic caldera of Valle Grande. 22 3. Quarry at Alibates.
Includes bibliographical references and index. Pueblo IndiansHistory. Pueblo IndiansGovernment relations. Spain ColoniesAmericaAdministration. Rio GrandeHistory. Rio GrandeSocial life and customs. Title. 4¢4dc20 94-40475 Page v To my grandchildren Rowyn Louise Evans Jessica Olyn Evans Nicholas James Evans Page vii CONTENTS List of Illustrations ix Acknowledgments xi Preface xiii Introduction 3 Part One The Native Americans 7 One What's In A Name? 9 Two Sun, Rain, and Growing Things 17 Three The First New Mexicans 31 Four Small Societies in a Large Land 49 Five Setting the Scene 63 Six The San Juan Co-Prosperity Sphere 73 Seven The Golden Age 93 Eight 1492 on the Rio Grande 119 Page viii Part Two The Invaders 133 Nine A Storm in the South 135 Ten Edging Northward 147 Eleven Spain Reaches the Rio Grande 161 Twelve The Tiguex War 173 Thirteen Turk and the Pecos Plot 183 Fourteen Coronado's Failure 199 Fifteen A Short Freedom 209 Sixteen Return of the Spaniards 225 Seventeen Occupation 241 Eighteen A Century of Change 255 Sources and Commentary 273 Index of Initial Citations 317 General Index 325 Page ix ILLUSTRATIONS Maps 1.
Rio del Norte: people of the Upper Rio Grande from earliest times to the Pueblo revolt by Carroll L. Riley