Indian Law Research Guide: Tribal Resources: New Mexico's Tribes

New Mexico's Tribes

Explore New Mexico’s 22 tribes and nations for information and history.

Apache

  • Jicarilla
  • Mescalero

Navajo

  • 110 Chapters

Pueblo

  • Acoma
  • Cochiti
  • Isleta
  • Jemez
  • Laguna
  • Nambe
  • Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan)
  • Picuris
  • Pojoaque
  • San Felipe
  • San Ildefonso
  • Sandia
  • Santa Ana
  • Santa Clara
  • Santo Domingo
  • Taos
  • Tesuque
  • Zia
  • Zuni

 

Resources on Apache

Apache

Jicarilla

Mescalero

Resources on Navajo

Navajo (Dine)

The Navajo Nation official site provides contact information for the 110 Navajo Nation Chapters, including Alamo, Ramah, and To'hajiilii tribes.

Resources on Pueblo

San Felipe

Note: An official website is not listed for San Felipe.

Zuni

Zia

Note: An official website is not listed for Zia Pueblo.

Pueblo of Zia
Governor David Pino
135 Capitol Square Dr.
Zia Pueblo, NM 87053-6013
Phone: (505) 867-3304
Fax: (505) 867-3308
Lt. Gov. Eric Ruiz

Tesuque

Taos

Santo Domingo (Kewa)

Santa Clara

Note: An official website is not listed for Santa Clara.

Santa Ana

Sandia

Sandia Pueblo Mountain Claim

 

San Ildefonso

San Ildefonso Pueblo Land Claim

Eighteen (18) Documents in total, from 1951 - 2006.

Pueblo

This use the tabs within this box to view the collection of free resources on the nineteen (19) Pueblos of New Mexico.

Pojoaque

Picuris

Ohkay Owingeh (San Juan)

Nambé

Laguna

Jemez

Isleta

Cochiti

Acoma


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