The Zia, New Mexico story

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Published by [s.n.] in Pep, Texas .

Written in English

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  • Indians of North America -- New Mexico,
  • Zia Pueblo (N.M.) -- History

Edition Notes

Microfiche. Honolulu : Law Library Microform Consortium, 1990. 1 microfiche : negative. (Nat. Amer. leg. mat. coll. ; title 1641).

Book details

Statementby F. Stanley.
SeriesNative American legal materials collection -- title 1641.
The Physical Object
Pagination22 p.
Number of Pages22
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16339767M

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The Zia symbol is as important to this Pueblo community as the cross is to Christians, the Star of David is to Jews, or the Aum is to Hindus. Therefore, the Zia request that their sun symbol be used respectfully and with their consent. The Zia sun symbol is incorporated into everything from the New Mexico license plate to highway signs.

Plot. Zia is the year-old niece of Karana, the Indian woman left behind on the Island of the Blue Dolphins in the previous book. Zia believes her aunt Karana to be alive, and with the help of her younger brother Mando, she sets out twice in an eighteen-foot boat on what are, ultimately, unsuccessful attempts at rescuing : Scott O'Dell.

The Zia / ˈ z iː ə / or Tsʾíiyʾamʾé are an indigenous tribe centered at Zia Pueblo (Tsi'ya), an Indian reservation in the U.S. state of New Zia are known for their pottery and use of the sun symbol. They are one of the Keres Pueblo peoples and speak the Eastern Keres language.

The Zia Award was started in to honor an outstanding woman in New Mexico media. Each year the award rotates to one of three categories: nonfiction, fiction, and children’s literature. The Zia Book Award will be given to the author of an outstanding nonfiction book published inor   Colonized by Spain, the land that is now New Mexico became U.S.

territory as part oft he Gadsen Purchase inthough New Mexico did not become a U.S. state until During World War II, New.

As The Surrounded opens, Archilde León has just returned from the big city to his father's ranch on the Flathead Indian Reservation in Montana.

The story that unfolds captures the intense and varied conflict that already characterized reservation life in. This year, outstanding New Mexico women writers were chosen for their work in children’s and youth books. Children’s Books. The first place Zia Book Award winner for children’s books is The Corn Whisperer by Sue Houser, with art by Ramon Shiloh.

Houser is a native New Mexican who retired from a career in social work/counseling.

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