Former Tesuque Pueblo Governor Mark Mitchell will provide a historical perspective on Tesuque Pueblo’s role in the Pueblo Revolt of 1680 and the two Tesuque runners, Nicolas Catua and Pedro Omtua, that were captured, tortured and killed. The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 was the first successful revolution against a colonizer on North American soil, and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center commemorates it with the 3rd Annual Resilience Run on August 9th. Part of the Friends of the IPCC Lecture Series.
Included with museum admission
Monday August 3rd ~ 11 AM