Ohkay Owingeh is a pueblo and census-designated place in Rio Arriba County,
New Mexico, ... Ohkay Owingeh was previously known as San Juan Pueblo until
returning to its pre-Spanish name in November ...
Women and children of San Juan Pueblo in front of adobe houses, c. 1906.
Courtesy of Western History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public Library; from
Juan de Oñate established the first Spanish capital city in New Mexico near
Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo (formerly San Juan Pueblo) in 1598. Traditionally, San
Adobe Gallery carries authentic historic and contemporary Ohkay Owingeh San
Juan Pueblo Pottery and fine art. Friendly and educated staff are here to help ...
To change from tradition to history, we have already learned the narrative of the
settlement ... He was from this pueblo of San Juan, and his name was Poe-pec, ...
San Juan Pueblo, NM residents, houses, and apartments details .... San Juan
Pueblo-area historical earthquake activity is near New Mexico state average.
The Spanish settlers renamed the pueblo San Juan de los Caballeros. The new
settlement extended the Camino Rael (then the world's longest road), becoming
Ancestral Pueblo petroglyphs near Natural Bridges National Monument, taken ...
San Juan County, in the heart of the Colorado Plateau, is a big country of ...
At the same time, Oñate called the entire Ohkay Owingeh Pueblo San Juan de
los ... was celebrated in this church on September 8, 1598, a truly historic event.
Oct 2, 2012 ... California history, and therefore San Juan Capistrano history, is often ... In 1841
the Mexican government declared San Juan to be a pueblo ...