• Long House in autumn


    National Monument New Mexico

Pueblo People

Zuni singers at Bandelier

Many traditional activities are still a fundamental part of the lives of Pueblo people.

photo by sally king

Continuing the Traditions
Along the Rio Grande, Pueblo people continue to live and adapt with oral traditions and beliefs connecting them with their ancestors.

This Place Knows Us
"We have learned from our ancestors how to honor the land. As Pueblo people we carry on what our ancestors have taught us. Their songs, stories, and spirits are part of this landscape, and we are the continuation of the story."
- Affiliated Pueblo Committee

Did You Know?

Mule Deer Fawn

Mule deer fawns only keep their spots for the first several months of life. These spots provide camouflage for the young animals when their mothers must leave them to feed.