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Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680

Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande The Pueblo Revolt of This award winning account of the Pueblo Revolt originally published in as Red Power on the Rio Grande is told from the point of view of the Native American villagers of the Rio Grande Valley F

  • Title: Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680
  • Author: Franklin Folsom
  • ISBN: 9780826317438
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • This award winning account of the Pueblo Revolt, originally published in 1973 as Red Power on the Rio Grande, is told from the point of view of the Native American villagers of the Rio Grande Valley Folsom equates the Pueblos desire to control their own destiny to that of the Americans in 1776 and reveals the harshness of Spanish rule.Not only were the Pueblos taxed andThis award winning account of the Pueblo Revolt, originally published in 1973 as Red Power on the Rio Grande, is told from the point of view of the Native American villagers of the Rio Grande Valley Folsom equates the Pueblos desire to control their own destiny to that of the Americans in 1776 and reveals the harshness of Spanish rule.Not only were the Pueblos taxed and forced to labor for the Spanish, they were frequently sold into slavery and their religion was attacked and suppressed by missionaries Under the direction of Pope, the Pueblos overcame their traditional reliance on local leadership and joined together in a brilliantly conceived and successful attack on Spanish power This pivotal time in Pueblo history is powerfully and compelling retold here A fascinating account of the Pueblo Native American uprising of 1680 against Spanish control in the Southwest School Library Journal

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    1. This book offers a concise account of the Pueblo revolt from the perspective of the Pueblo Indians. The challenge of this book’s perspective is the lack of historical documents telling the Pueblo’s side of the story. I got this book while visiting a bookstore at a Pueblo ruins in Pecos, NM. It was definitely a quick read, which made visualizing the overall events of the revolt easy to do. I’m always amazed that the story of the Pueblo Revolt doesn’t get more attention. The Pueblos pulled [...]


    2. After visiting Pecos I became intrigued about the Pueblo Revolt. I purchased this book about it and quickly read it. I've always felt it to be sad that most U.S. History has been one sided with the people keeping the records being in the position of writing the "definitive" story. The intent of this book is to give this particular conquered and oppressed people's point of view as well as illuminating the planning and strategies necessary for them to succeed in driving their oppressors out of the [...]


    3. As far as historical books go, I'm impressed. Not historical fiction, but purely historical, this book did a good job of telling the story. It was a quick and easy read but offered a lot of information about this particular uprising. It wasn't overly dense or boring and was interesting enough that I didn't really zone out at all while reading it, as I often do for school books. I told this story through a "story", not like how textbooks go through in a way that bores you out of your mind. I don' [...]


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