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Pueblo, Cochiti Pottery Male Figure with Hair Bun

Pueblo, Cochiti Pottery Male Figure with Hair Bun

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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: American Indian: Sculpture: Pre 1900: Item # 1276271

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Pueblo, Cochiti Pottery Figure of a Male with Hair Bun, New Mexico, ca. 1890. Some wear and chips to feet due to age as seen in images. Otherwise in very good condition. 7" high x 4 3/4" wide x 2 1/2" deep. According to Bruce Shackelford of Antiques Roadshow, "these figures were made strictly to sell to the tourist. the Cochiti people literally stood beside the railroad track at the train station and sold these things for, like, a quarter." Directions Visitors Guide Cochiti Golf Course Kasha Katuwe Cochiti Farm Enterprise Cochiti Artist Directory Cochiti Lake Town of Cochiti Lake Pueblo Government Contact the Pueblo Web Design: Lee R. Suina Hit Counter The Pueblo de Cochiti, (Cochiti), is located 55 miles north of Albuquerque, New Mexico and is contained within 53,779 acres of reservation land that sustains 1,175 Pueblo members according to the 1990 BIA census. Cochiti, the northernmost Keresan Pueblo in New Mexico, is located in Sandoval and Santa Fe Counties, approximately 13 miles northwest of Interstate 25 and 35 miles southwest of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The topographic elevation varies from 5300 to 6800 feet above mean sea level and is characterized by the Rio Grande, which flows through reservation lands. The principal land use includes farming, livestock, recreational, economic development, and agricultural and Pueblo home/residential construction purposes. The demographic breakdown includes: 880 acres for agricultural; 4,443 acres of lake areas and wild river Bosque/wetlands; 7,042 acres dedicated to economic development consisting of residential and commercial lease properties and a golf course; and 41,424 acres of rangeland, pinion/juniper woodlands and Pueblo and residential use lands. The people of Cochiti continue to retain their native language of Keres. They maintain their cultural practices and have instituted programs dedicated to teaching and educating the younger generation Pueblo traditions and cultural practices emphasizing the native language. Cochiti is well known for their craftsmanship in making jewelry, pottery, (storyteller), and drums.