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Historical Markers in Jemez Pueblo, New Mexico

 
Clickable Map of Sandoval County, New Mexico and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Sandoval County, NM (27) Bernalillo County, NM (135) Cibola County, NM (32) Los Alamos County, NM (15) McKinley County, NM (24) Rio Arriba County, NM (35) San Juan County, NM (28) Santa Fe County, NM (154)  SandovalCounty(27) Sandoval County (27)  BernalilloCounty(135) Bernalillo County (135)  CibolaCounty(32) Cibola County (32)  (15) Los Alamos County (15)  McKinleyCounty(24) McKinley County (24)  RioArribaCounty(35) Rio Arriba County (35)  SanJuanCounty(28) San Juan County (28)  SantaFeCounty(154) Santa Fe County (154)
Bernalillo is the county seat for Sandoval County
Jemez Pueblo is in Sandoval County
      Sandoval County (27)  
ADJACENT TO SANDOVAL COUNTY
      Bernalillo County (135)  
      Cibola County (32)  
      Los Alamos County (15)  
      McKinley County (24)  
      Rio Arriba County (35)  
      San Juan County (28)  
      Santa Fe County (154)  
 
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1New Mexico (Sandoval County), Jemez Pueblo — Evelyn M. Vigil, Phan-Un-Pha-Kee (Young Doe) 1921–1995Juanita T. Toledo, Pha-Wa-Luh-Luh (Ring-Cloud Around the Moon) 1914–1999 — New Mexico Historic Women Marker Initiative —
Jemez Pueblo. Evelyn M. Vigil, a descendant of the last remaining Pecos residents that moved to Jemez Pueblo in 1838, led a revival of Pecos Pueblo style pottery. She spent time at Pecos National Historic Park studying materials and techniques . . . Map (db m73244) HM
2New Mexico (Sandoval County), Jemez Pueblo — Pueblo of Jémez
Jémez is the sole surviving pueblo of the seven in the “provencia de los Hemes” noted by Spaniards in 1541, and the last at which the Towa language is still spoken. In 1838, the remaining inhabitants of Pecos Pueblo moved here. The . . . Map (db m73254) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022