What happened when Spanish explorer and colonizer Juan de Oñate arrived near present-day Socorro, New Mexico from Mexico City in 1598? How did the pueblo people (Piro) of Teypana react? Find out in this play written by Spanish teacher Sheri Armijo and performed by 6th graders from Cottonwood Valley Charter School, Socorro, New Mexico.
Did You Know?
Tens of thousands of churro sheep were brought north from Mexico into New Mexico along El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro during the Spanish colonial era. These flocks contributed to the colonial economy by supplying meat, hides, tallow, and wool for northern New Mexico's renowned woven goods.