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Santa Clara Pueblo


Kha'p'oo Owinge (Valley of the Wild Roses) is the traditional name for Santa Clara Pueblo. It is situated  24 miles north of Santa Fe.
 
The large Santa Clara Pueblo reservation is home to the historic cliff dwellings of Puye, and has fishing and camping in the nearby canyon.Today, the pueblo still practices many of the ancient traditions, and prides itself on a high regard for education in both modern and traditional ways.The people celebrate St. Anthony’s Feast Day in June, and in August they have a Corn Dance in honor of their patron saint, St. Claire.
 
Sources Used:
Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, “Santa Clara Pueblo.”  (accessed July 7, 2009).
 

Latitude: 3557
Longitude: 10605


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It is situated  24 miles north of Santa Fe.