Zuni-Cibola New Area, New Mexico



Publisher: U.S. G.P.O. in Washington

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  • Historic sites -- New Mexico.,
  • Zuni Indians -- Antiquities.

Edition Notes

Other titlesNational park system new area studies, threatened natural landmarks and nationally significant historic places.
Statementsubmitted as an accompanying part of the communication from the secretary of the interior transmitting reports on studies of new areas with potential for inclusion in the national park system.
SeriesHouse document -- no. 96-394/pt.4., House document (United States. Congress (96th, 2nd session : 1980). House) -- no. 96-394, pt. 4.
ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of the Interior.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 84 p. :
Number of Pages84
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18019676M

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The first Spaniard to arrive in the area was Melchor Díaz, who came in in search of the fabled Seven Cities of conquistadors were disappointed to discover the humble Zuni-Cibola Complex in present day New Mexico) and returned to New , after elevent years of revolution, Mexico achieved independence from Spain. Full text of "In the Land of Frozen Fires: A History of Occupation in El Malpais Country" See other formats. THE GILDED MAN. CHAPTER I. CUNDINAMARCA. While the early Spanish adventurers in America are justly charged with neglecting the true interests of colonization in their excessive greed for treasure, and thereby bringing harm to those parts of the Western Continent which they entered, it cannot be denied that their irrepressible seeking for the precious metals contributed . Full text of "Fray Alonso De Benavides Revised Memorial Of Volume Iv" See other formats.

The pit houses were found to correspond in many respects with those dug up by Doctor Roberts in the Chaco Canyon, in northwestern New Mexico, during the summer of and described in Bulletin 92 of the Bureau of American EthThe jacal houses were found to have been quite nology. comparable to a similar tj^je found in southern Colorado during.   The first Spaniard to arrive in the area was Melchor Díaz, who came in in search of the fabled Seven Cities of conquistadors were disappointed to discover the humble Zuni-Cibola Complex in present day New Mexico) and returned to New , after elevent years of revolution, Mexico achieved independence from Spain. Rock Art Studies: A Bibliographic Database Page 1 N orth America_United States_New Mexico_Three Rivers Petroglyph Site (42 Citations) Compiled by Leigh Marymor 02/07/16 _Pt. Richmond CA Apostolides, Alex "The Rock Art of Three Rivers" in New Mexico Magazine, Vol. 53(11), Santa Fe, New Mexico. THREE RIVERS, NEW MEXICO. The Chamuscado and Rodriguez Expedition explored New Mexico in – They explored a part of the route visited by Coronado in New Mexico and other parts in the southwestern United States between and The viceroy of New Spain Don Diego García Sarmiento sent another expedition in to explore, conquer and colonize the.

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Get this from a library. Zuni-Cibola New Area, New Mexico. [United States. Department of the Interior.;]. The pueblo bridged the precontact and early Spanish-eras in New Mexico, and the site still contains valuable, unexcavated information from these epochs.

Hawikuh was designated a National Historic Landmark inand later included in the Zuni-Cibola Complex National Historic Landmark in The Zuni-Cibola Complex is a collection of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites on the Zuni Pueblo in western New comprises Hawikuh, Yellow House, Kechipbowa, and Great Kivas, all sites of long residence and important in the early Spanish colonial contact was declared a National Historic Landmark District in These properties were considered as Nearest city: Zuni, New Mexico.

The Zuni/Cibola region of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico was the setting for some of the earliest formal archaeological investigations in the U.S.

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Hawikuh (Hawikku, "gum leaves" in Zuni), was one of the largest of the Zuni pueblos at the time of the Spanish was founded around AD. It was the first pueblo to be visited and conquered by Spanish pueblo site is located 12 miles (19 km) southwest of Zuni Pueblo, on the Zuni Indian Reservation in Cibola County, New Mexico.

Nearest city: Zuni, New Mexico. Cite this Record. Rock Art of the Zuni-Cibola Region. Jane Young, Nancy L. Bartman. Zuni, New Mexico: Pueblo of Zuni. (tDAR id: )Cited by: 1. The Zuni-Cibola Complex is a collection of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites on the Zuni Pueblo in western New comprises Hawikuh, Yellow House, Kechipbowa, and Great Kivas, all sites of long residence and important in the early Spanish colonial contact was declared a National Historic Landmark District in These properties were considered as.

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Coronado Expedition From Cibola To Quivira. by Jay W. Sharp. It was late August in that fateful year, Coronado, with his advance guard, had conquered the province of the Seven Cities of Cibola, which turned out to be, not the hoped-for kingdoms of gold and silver, but rather the Zuni Puebloan villages of earth and stone.

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Young, M.J. The Zuni-Cibola Area. In Canyon Country: Prehistoric Rock Art, by F.A. Barnes, pp. Mount Sedgwick (New Mexico) (72 words) exact match in snippet view article Sedgwick in New Mexico at 9, feet (2, m) is the highest peak in the Zuni Mountains.

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