Santa Clara Pueblo Indians

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constitution of the pueblo of santa clara __ "We, the people of Santa Clara pueblo, in order to establish justice, promote the common welfare and preserve the advantages of self-government, do ordain and establish this constitution." Full text of Constitution and by-laws follow. - From - 

Native American Authors: Santa Clara Pueblo Tribe __ You will find brief biographical sketches of four authors from the Santa Clara Pueblo along with links to other resources for the tribe. - From -

New Mexico Office of the State Historian : Santa Clara Pueblo __ A brief overview, access to other resources and photos. - illustrated - From -  

Puye Cliff Dwellings __ Learn about this preservation project of the Santa Clara Indian Pueblo. "For more than three centuries - about A.D. 1250 to 1577 - this spectacular locale was home for over 1500 Pueblo Indians who built villages, dwelled, farmed, and hunted game here. The traditions of the people of the Pueblo of Santa Clara (located 10 miles east of Puye) state that their ancestors were the inhabitants of this area. They left when drought caused springs to dry up and crops to fail." - illustrated - From - 


Santa Clara Pueblo __ While this is a commercial gallery, you will find excellent images of Santa Clara items. - illustrated - From -

Santa Clara Pueblo __ "Thanks to cultural pride and a strong sense of identity, the Santa Clara people have retained many of their ancient traditions while integrating with the best of what the majority culture has to offer."  A brief overview. - illustrated - From -

Santa Clara Pueblo __ "The Tewa-speaking pueblo of Santa Clara was established around 1550 when a drought forced their ancestors to move into the fertile Río Grande Valley."  A brief overview. - illustrated - From -

Santa Clara Pueblo __ Very brief look. - From -


Santa Clara Pueblo __ "The pueblo is a member of the Eight Northern Pueblos, and the people are from the Tewa ethnic group of Native Americans who speak the Tewa language."  An encyclopedic article with links to related material. - illustrated - From wikipedia -,_New_Mexico 

Santa Clara Pueblo __ A brief encyclopedic look at Santa Clara Pueblo. - illustrated - From -

Santa Clara Pueblo __ "The Santa Clara pueblo currently has the largest number of active potters of the pueblo pottery producers. The pueblo is famous for the carved and/or polished blackware and redware."  Article and click-to-enlarge photos of Santa Clara Pueblo pottery. - illustrated - From -

Santa Clara Pueblo--American Southwest __ A very brief overview. - From National Park Service -


Santa Clara Pueblo, New Mexico NM, profile __ "Santa Clara Pueblo,, community profile, with detailed info on demographics, cemeteries, genealogy, government, history, hotels, real estate, travel, ..." that and more. - From - 

Santa Clara Pueblo News __ "Local news for Santa Clara Pueblo, NM continually updated from thousands of sources on the web." - From - 

Santa Clara Pueblo Pottery Collection __ Excellent photos accompany the text which describes the Santa Clara 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. - Illustrated - From Clayhound Web - 


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