New Mexico Statue
Members of Congress formally accepted a sculpture of Po’pay, a medicine man from Ohkay Owingeh who led the Pueblo Indian Revolt of… read more
Members of Congress formally accepted a sculpture of Po’pay, a medicine man from Ohkay Owingeh who led the Pueblo Indian Revolt of 1680, to complete the U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall collection. The ceremony included a traditional blessing by San Juan Pueblo Governor Joseph Garcia and a tribal dance by the Ohkay Owingeh Dance Group. close
People in this video
- Pete V. Domenici U.S. Senator [R] New Mexico
- Dick Durbin U.S. Senator [D] Illinois
- William "Bill" Frist U.S. Senator [R] Tennessee
- Joseph A. Garcia Governor Ohkay Owingeh
- Nancy Pelosi U.S. Representative [D] California
- Benny Shendo Jr. Secretary New Mexico->Indian Affairs Department
- Heather Wilson U.S. Representative [R] New Mexico
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