New Mexico has twenty-two federally recognized Native American tribes. Most of their lands fall within the Grand Circle. Nineteen of them are Pueblos, three are tribes. Pueblo peoples traditionally lived in settled villages and farmed. The three tribes – Navajo, Jicarilla Apache, and Mescalero Apache – were traditionally nomadic. Visitors are welcomed at many tribal events.
New Mexico's Twenty-Two Tribes
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