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The Pecos Indians were a Pueblo people of what is now New Mexico,
speakers of a Towa dialect. The Pecos no longer exist as a distinct tribe. Decimated by famine, warfare, and disease,
the surviving Pecos people moved west to join their kinsfolk at Jemez Pueblo. Most Pecos descendants are still
living at Jemez today.
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Pecos Language Tree:
Theories about Pecos language relationships compiled by Linguist List.
Our resources about the Towa Pueblo language, including Pecos.
Pueblo of Jemez:
Homepage of Jemez Pueblo, where the Pecos people live today.
Cicuique (Pecos Pueblo):
History of the Pecos Indians in New Mexico.
Pecos Tribe History:
Article on the Pecos tribe from the Handbook of American Indians.
The Prehistory of the Pecos Indians:
Archaeological information about the Pecos people.
Pueblo Indians Receive Remains of Ancestors:
News article about the repatriation of Pecos graves to the Jemez Pueblo.
The People of Cicuye/Pecos:
Culture and history of the early Pecos pueblo.
Wikipedia article on the Pecos Indians.
Four Directions: Pecos:
Timeline and links about Pecos history.
Pecos Pueblo People Through the Ages: Stories of Time and Place:
Interesting book on the history of the Pecos Indian tribe.
Pecos Pueblo Revisited: The Biological and Social Context:
Archaeology book about excavations at the Pecos Pueblo site.
Links, References, and Additional Information
Pecos links page.
Information about the Pecos and other Pueblo peoples in Spanish.
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