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by Alfonso Ortiz,Franklin Folsom

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Author: Alfonso Ortiz,Franklin Folsom
ISBN: 082631743X
Language: English
Pages: 144 pages
Category: Americas
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press; Reprint edition (July 1, 1996)
Rating: 4.9
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Folsom equates the Pueblos' desire to control their own destiny to that of the Americans in 1776 and reveals the harshness of. .

Folsom equates the Pueblos' desire to control their own destiny to that of the Americans in 1776 and reveals the harshness of Spanish rule. The challenge of this book’s perspective is the lack of historical documents telling the Pueblo’s side of the story.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.

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Folsom equates the Pueblos' desire to control their own destiny to that of the Americans in 1776 and reveals the . -School Library Journal. 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 Popé, the Pueblos overcame their traditional reliance on local leadership and joined together in a brilliantly conceived and successful attack on Spanish power.

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Folsom, Franklin, 1907-1995. Uniform Title: Red power on the Rio Grande. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. 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

Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680. Revolt of the Pueblo Indians of New Mexico. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1942.

Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2000. Hackett, Charles Wilson. 1970; reprint, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1994.

Indian uprising on the Rio Grande is a retelling of events which occurred . It delineates the infamous Indian uprising against Spanish oppression

Indian uprising on the Rio Grande is a retelling of events which occurred in 1680. It is a sympathetic view of the infamous rebellion from native aspect. The Rio Grande rebellion is also known as Popes Rebellion. It delineates the infamous Indian uprising against Spanish oppression. Franklin Folsom has refrained from attempting to marginalize native Indians showcasing the successful armed struggle as a feather in the cap for native Indians. Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt Of 1680 is a must-read non-fiction title for those familiar with Popes rebellion, reading from the white globalization perspective.

This month's featured book - "Indian Uprising on the Rio Grande: The Pueblo Revolt of 1680" by Franklin Folsom. Join fellow readers for a friendly, educational group discussion related to the Pueblo narrative. This is a free event. Location: Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, 2401 12th St. NW, Albuquerque, (505) 843-7270.

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 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 Popé, 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

Comments (6)
TheMoonix
This is an excellent book! When I taught New Mexico history, I used this book to teach the Pueblo Revolt of 1680. This particular book was bought for a young friend who likes history. I highly recommend it.
Rolorel
What an exciting story! Great military history; native history.
Vudozilkree
school requirement
Natety
Great book. Loved reading it. Would recommend.
Authis
I purchased this text as a required text for a class, but found I enjoyed the story line. Also learned somethings I didn't know before, that was not mentioned in our regular text book.
Milleynti
Franklin Folsom wrote a history of the 1680 Pueblo revolt in New Mexico using the same basic sources as many other historians, but chose to integrate much pueblo culture into his history, thus shifting the vantage point to one focused on the indians' story rather than the Spanish story.

For those familiar with the Pueblo revolt, this work will offer some new information, though much of it is familiar. The work centers around Pope (Po'pay), the Indian leader who masterminded the revolt. Although Governor Otermin plays a central role as well, the work is focused on how the revolutionaries executed their plan and forced the Spaniards from their home.

The work is written using simple prose, and flows well. The only complaint I have about the work is that many of the sentences are short and undescriptive (for example, "No government united them.", p. 41); the writing style should probably take into account the fact that this is an academic type text, and should therefore use less flowery language and be a bit more terse. Overall, however, this is a good primer on the Pueblo Revolt and worth reading.