Pojoaque, which means “water gathering place,” is a town in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. Another neighboring community called Pojoaque Pueblo is an Indian Reservation with residents coming from different ethnic backgrounds. Pojoaque contains the areas of Cuyamungue, El Rancho, Jacona, Jaconita, and Nambe.
San Francisco de Pojaoque was the first Spanish mission in the area, founded in the early 17th century. Unfortunately, the town was abandoned in the course of the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. In 1706, Pojoaque was finally resettled, leading to population growth of 79.
The Pojoaque Valley School District was built to tend to the educational needs of the residents in town in the early 20th century. Today, they have 5 schools for students ranging from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
There are historical spots to visit in Pojoaque, including Poeh Museum built in 1987. The museum is located at the Poeh Center and focuses on the arts and culture of the Puebloan people. In addition to permanent exhibits and special exhibits, the museum has the Oral Histories Documentation project. This is part of the museum’s records and is a collection of stories from several Tewa elders about their lives. The information collected is available in Tewa, as well as English.
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