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Encyclopedia > Pueblo Indians

See Pueblo.

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PUEBLO INDIANS (1617 words)
During the Classic Pueblo period (1050–1300) the northernmost regions were no longer occupied, and the population became concentrated in large multistoried, terraced pueblos and in similar villages built in recesses in cliffs.
A mass Pueblo revolt in 1680 drove the Spanish from the territory, and the Pueblo were not reconquered until 1692.
Pueblo pottery is characterized by a beauty of decoration and shape that is unmatched among modern North American Indians; the work of Pueblo potters such as Maria Martinez (1887–1980) is prized by Indian art collectors.
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