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The Jumanos, Tiwas, & Tompiros of the Salinas District - An Anthropological Celebration

  • 25 Jul 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (MDT)
  • Salinas Pueblo Missions, 102 S Ripley, Mountainair, NM
Salinas Pueblo Missions


The Jumanos, Tiwas, & Tompiros of the Salinas District; An Anthropological Celebration

July 25th, 10AM to 12:30 PM — Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument, 102 S Ripley, Mountainair, NM

A New Mexico Humanities Council Presentation


10:00 AM: Who Were The Salinas Pueblo Jumanos and Atziguis?

Deni J. Seymour, PhD Research Associate, Jornada Research Institute

10:30 AM: María de Agreda's Sixteenth Century Apparitions to the Jumano and the Tejas

Joseph P. Sánchez, PhD Director, Spanish Colonial Research Center, University of New Mexico

11:00 AM: A Pre-Revolt Monopoly: The Extended Romero Family, Trade, and the Jumano Pueblos

Thomas E. Chavez, PhD Historian, Retired Executive Director of the National Hispanic Culture Center in Albuquerque, Former Director of the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico

11:30 AM: The Salinas Pueblos in Historical Perspective: Intercultural Networks Linking New Mexico, Nueva Vizcaya, and the Southern Great Plains

Cynthia Radding, PhD Gussenhoven Distinguished Professor of History and Latin American Studies, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


TOURS WILL BE OFFERED AT ALL SITES FOLLOWING THE PRESENTATIONS: 

GRAN QUIVIRA: 1:30 — 2:30 PM 

QUARAI: 3:15—4:15 PM 

ABÓ: 4:45 — 5:45 PM 

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