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Zia Pueblo

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    Zia oral traditions place part of their ancestry in the region of Mesa Verde, southwestern Colorado.
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Florence Hawley Ellis, “The Immediate History of Zia Pueblo as Derived from Excavation in Refuse Deposits,” American Antiquity 31 (October 1966).

Francis H. Harlow and Dwight P. Lanmon, The Pottery of Zia Pueblo (Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press, 2003).

E. Adamson Hoebel, “Zia Pueblo,” in Handbook of North American Indians 9, ed. Alfonso Ortiz (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1979).

Zia Pueblo,” Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, n.d.

Zia Pueblo,” Pueblo of Zia, n.d.

Additional Information: 

Florence Hawley, Michel Pijoan, and C. A. Elkin, “An Inquiry into Food Economy and Body Economy in Zia Pueblo,” American Anthropologist 45 (October–December 1943).

Leslie A. White, “The Pueblo of Sia, New Mexico,” Bureau of American Ethnology Bulletin 184 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1962).

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