Native Indian Laguna Pueblo on Route 66 - Stock Image

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Laguna Pueblo, NM, USA - March 19, 2011: Laguna is a Native American tribe of the Pueblo people in west-central New Mexico, USA. The name, Laguna, is Spanish (meaning "lake") and derives from the lake located on their reservation. The population of the tribe exceeds 7,000 (enrollment), making it the largest Keresan speaking tribe. Mission San José de la Laguna was erected by the Spanish at the old pueblo (now Old Laguna), finished around July 4, 1699. The long line of people is walking to the Mission Church.
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Indian Village Laguna Pueblo New Mexico Mission Church Snow Route 66

Laguna is a Native American tribe of the Pueblo people in west-central New Mexico, USA. The name, Laguna, is Spanish (meaning "lake") and derives from the lake located on their reservation. The population of the tribe exceeds 7,000 (enrollment), making it the largest Keresan speaking tribe. Mission San Jos
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