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In terms of governance, the Comanche created a decentralized political system, based on a raiding, hunting and pastoral economy.At the bottom were the masses of Indians and Mestizos, who had few legal rights and protections against the abuse of their superiors.Local leaders took the opportunity to promote the city's heritage making it a tourist attraction.They sought to develop a class-based consciousness among local people through the everyday tactics of resistance to the economic and social order confronting common property land grant communities.
Pueblo dissatisfaction with the rule of the clerics was the main cause of the Pueblo revolt.
The Senate struck out Article X of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, which said that vast land grants in New Mexico (nearly always gifts by the local authorities to their friends) would all be recognized.
The city sponsored bold architectural restoration projects and erected new buildings according to traditional techniques and styles, thus creating the "Santa Fe style." Edgar.
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Between these legal distinctions kept groups separate and movement between groups was regulated.By the 1750s the Plains Indians horse culture was well established from Texas to Alberta, Canada.The population of New Mexico reached 195,000 in 1910.Relax with a pleasant stroll along the Rio Ruidoso near mid-town or on an exercise trail just minutes from the village, but giving you the feeling that you are miles back in the woods.Refusing the Favor: The Spanish-Mexican Women of Santa Fe, (1999) online edition Gutiérrez; Ramón.38 The residents could choose whether they remain and receive United States citizenship or remove to Mexico and retain (or gain) Mexican citizenship.Conquistadors, who encountered Native American, pueblos when they explored the area in the 16th century.The New Mexicans on their part took care not to re-antagonize the Comanche and lavished gifts on them.About 150 of the rebels were killed, and 400 captured, following close fighting.The new town of Albuquerque, platted in 1880 as the Santa Fe Railroad extended westward, quickly enveloped the old town.