The Pueblo of Pojoaque
The Pueblo of Pojoaque was one of 19 pueblos in New Mexico that was influenced and impacted by the Spaniards who traveled up El Camino Real starting in 1598. Get a glimpse into some of the interactions and outcomes between two very different cultures.
Confluence of Trade
The Road to Revolt
Did You Know?
Throughout the 17th century, Santa Fe was the only incorporated Spanish town north of Chihuahua. Soon after its establishment in 1610, Santa Fe became the terminus for trade caravans from Mexico City, which traveled on El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro for 1,500 miles.