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Laguna Pueblo Tribe

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Cindy Bautista

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Cindy Bautista
Landon Boren
Evan Vaughan Laguna Pueblo Tribe Ts' its' tsi' nako, Thought-Woman,
is sitting in her room
and whatever she thinks about
appears.
She thought of her sisters,
Nau' ts' ity' i and I' tcs' i,
and together they created the Universe
this world
and the four worlds below.
Thought-Woman, the spider,
named things and
as she named them
they appeared.
She is sitting in her room
thinking of a story now
I'm telling you the story
she is thinking.[3] Origin Myth Keresan
Language · Laguna
· Paguate
· Encinal
· Mesita
· Seama
· Paraje Laguna Pueblo Six major villages within Laguna Ka’waika Keresan language One of 19 Pueblo peoples located in NM 8 Northern Tribes Laguna
San Felipe
Sandia
Cochiti
Santa Ana
Zia
Acoma
Isleta
Jemez
Kewa
Zuni
One iska
Two tyo
Three chemi

Man hadztse
Woman koya

Sun osadza
Moon tawadza Clan System
Women and Men
Communal Structures Society Geography Culture Villages Pottery
Painting
Jewelry
Wool
Corn
Crops -1539: Marcos de Niza Historical Events -1616: Nine Missions September 19th
St. Joseph feast day -1699: Laguna Mission of San Jose San Idelfonso
Ohkay Owingeh
Picuris
Santa Clara
Taos
Nambe
Pojoaque
Tesuque 10 Southern Tribes:
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