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Cochiti Recreation Area is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Indian Reservation. The lake offers two public recreation areas: Cochiti on the west side of the lake and Tetilla Peak on the east side.

Wild Horses On New Mexico Navajo Indian Reservation Fine Art Photography Print for the home or office. Makes a special gift for people who

Navajo Indian Reservation Wild Horses In by PhotosbyJerryCowart. Signature Series numbered with Certificate of Authenticity

These people call themselves the Dine  but white men call them the Navajo . The Navajo Nation is the largest Indian reservation in the U.S. It  is located around the four corners area : Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado. Utah

Most probably Sand painting. These people call themselves the Dine but white men call them the Navajo . The Navajo Nation is the largest Indian reservation in the U. It is located around the four corners area : Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado.

PUEBLOS & RESERVATIONS New Mexico is home to 19 pueblos and 3 reservations. See Maps and info.

There are 19 pueblos and 3 reservations in New Mexico. Click the picture to discover them!

Puyé Pueblo, Santa Clara Indian Reservation, New Mexico

Explore stunning aerial views of the Southwest's archaeological and cultural resources in Adriel Heisey's exhibit, "From Above: Images of a Storied Land.

El Morro National Monument in zuni indian reservation, New Mexico - what an impressive sight with strong historic meaning!

Zuni inscriptions, El Morro National Monument, near Grants, New Mexico - The Spaniard explorers called it El Morro (The Headland). The Zuni Indians call it "A'ts'ina" (Place of writings on the rock). Anglo-Americans called it Inscription Rock.

Navajo Indian reservation New Mexico Between the town of YahTaHey and Tohatchi on the Route 666 Devils Highway 2008 P9022958 by mrchriscornwell, via Flickr

Navajo Indian reservation New Mexico Between the town of YahTaHey and Tohatchi on the Route 666 Devils Highway 2008

Hidden waterfall on the Nambe Pueblo Indian Reservation, New Mexico; photo by David Lee Thompson

Photography of a hidden water fall on the Nambe Pueblo Indian Reservation in New Mexico. This is part of the great Pecos wilderness area.

San Lorenzo Church Picuris Pueblo Indian Reservation New Mexico Adobe Architecture Panorama Sangre Cristo Mountains

San Lorenzo Church Picuris Pueblo Indian Reservation New Mexico Adobe Architecture Panorama Sangre Cristo Mountains

Zuni Indian Woman Making a Basket, Zuni Indian Reservation in New Mexico

Zuni Indian Woman Making a Basket, Zuni Indian Reservation in New Mexico

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