Research Projects

The story of Kuaua Pueblo has been told at Coronado Historic Site for over 75 years, and many of the details have not changed during that time. We know that there is more to the story, so a team of New Mexico Historic Sites staff and volunteers have turned to the artifacts – our direct link to the people who once inhabited this village, to tell us more. 


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4-15-2018 – Lecture – Dig Kuaua

Interpreting The Artifacts – 2017 Kuaua Archeology “False Truths, Restored Ruins, and New Artifacts: Looking Beyond the Oxymoronic Past of Coronado Historic Site Through Field Work” Presented by Ethan Ortega Mr. Ortega is a full-time staff member at Coronado Historic Site and was recently promoted to Educational Coordinator and Supervisory Archaeologist for the Northern Region … Continue reading


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