Journeys and Pathways:

Contemporary Pueblo Women
in Leadership, Service, and the Arts
Oral History Project

The Journeys and Pathways project collected the experiences of recent generations of Pueblo women who have had new opportunities for education and career advancement.  These women have been dedicated to community activism and service and have advanced in professional fields despite facing many challenges and barriers.

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This project builds upon a number of earlier efforts to chronicle the lives and stories of Native women, usually elders, to capture important oral histories before they are lost.  This project’s goal, however, was to focus on an intergenerational, but younger group of contemporary Pueblo women who were often the “first” in their fields, or among the first women in their communities to cross traditional gender lines.  The recurring themes these women share is their sense of gratitude, of drawing strength and inspiration from traditions, of feeling connected to the land and special places, and of finding their own voice and agency in complicated dual worlds. 

Women of the Oral Histories Project at IPCC
Image courtesy of: Emmanuel Ramos-Barajas

Using oral history methods, we interviewed twenty women from the Pueblos of New Mexico, women who have achieved some extraordinary goals while maintaining strong connections to their communities, culture, and traditions.  We did our best to find a woman from each of the nineteen Pueblos to interview.  However, their schedules and commitments were often not compatible with the project’s timetables and goals.  Over the course of the project, we adapted to locating women across a range of professions. 

This project was committed to several initiatives beyond collecting the interviews.  These included: 1) creating a Women’s Archive for the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library from the materials generated by the project; 2) producing a quality video of interview highlights that could be used to generate discussion within Native and non-Native communities; and, 3) conducting public presentations in the Pueblos and in non-Native settings.  We sought to capture the voices, reflections, and experiences of women involved in a variety of professional fields and independent enterprises.  Culturally sensitive questions about personal, religion, and other private topics of Pueblo life were avoided.

Another project initiative was to hire two Native “Community Interns” who were interested in learning the craft of oral history to use in community preservation efforts.  Non-traditional students Jonna Paden (Acoma Pueblo) and Valerie Fernando (Laguna Pueblo) were chosen to fill those positions.  Dr. Beverly Singer (Santa Clara Pueblo) served as our consultant, videographer, and documentary film producer. She brought her expertise and a third Pueblo woman’s perspective to the project.  The Project Coordinator, Dr. Rose Díaz, is an accomplished oral historian, with decades of experience working with diverse communities.  For seven years prior to launching this project, under grants awarded by the Administration for Native Americans (ANA), she built a functioning library for the Cultural Center and trained tribal librarians in archives management.

The Women’s Archive within the IPCC Library will be built around the interviews, transcripts, and research materials collected for the interviews.  The recording of nineteen one-hour interviews was completed in December of 2019 and fully transcribed by December 2020.  Tribal libraries were provided with a copy of the interview of the woman from their Pueblo community.  We hope the interviews will provide a model for future projects in similar communities and enrich understanding of the Pueblo people, past, and present.

Start of the Women’s Archive

No oral history project unfolds without “surprises” and shortfalls.  Many of the interviews allowed for a discovery interview with the participant, which occurred prior to the taped interview.  Some did not, due to time constraints and conflicting schedules.  The team conducted discussions on the direction of individual interviews and worked together to construct questions around common themes and the individual’s unique experiences.  We enhanced the interviews with research and footnotes where needed.  Draft transcripts were reviewed by the narrators; valuable feedback was provided and added to the footnotes. Participants were asked to provide family pictures to enhance their stories.  

Overall, the team is pleased with the outcome, and we could not be more grateful to the narrators who have become friends and advocates of the project.  We anticipate that various audiences will appreciate these interviews and the individual histories captured.  We wish these special women continued success in their chosen fields and in their journeys through Indian Country and beyond.

 

Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Valerie Fernando [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-001
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-VF

Creator

  • Interviewee: Valerie Fernando (Pueblo of Laguna)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 July 19

Language

  • English
  • Keres (Laguna)

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Valerie Fernando to document her early life in Laguna Pueblo.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (63 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 18 pages

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Pueblo of Laguna (N.M.)–Social life and customs
  • Library of Congress: Pueblo women
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring
  • Keyword: Laguna Pueblo traditions
  • Keyword: oral history
  • Keyword: Pueblo grandparents

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Fernando, V. (2018, July 19). Interview with Valerie Fernando [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/  *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Valerie Fernando Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

Fernando_Transcript_web

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Theresa Pasqual [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-002
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-TP

Creator

  • Interviewee: Theresa Pasqual (Pueblo of Acoma)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 August 16

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Theresa Pasqual on various aspects of identity, traditional landscapes and language, women leadership, mentorship, and her work experiences.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (84 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 23 pages.

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Pueblo Indians–Ethnic identity
  • Library of Congress: Indians of North America–Government relations
  • Library of Congress: Indians of North America–Languages
  • Library of Congress: Leadership in women
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring
  • Keyword: Identity–Community, cultural and self
  • Keyword: Landscape–Physical and cultural
  • Keyword: Traditional cultural property
  • Keyword: Canine companion

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Pasqual, T. (2018, August 16). Interview with Theresa Pasqual [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Theresa Pasqual Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

Pasqual_Transcript_web

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Stephine Poston [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-003
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-SP

Creator

  • Interviewee: Stephine Poston (Pueblo of Sandia)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 August 17

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Stephine Poston to document her career as a Pueblo businesswoman.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (44 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 16 pages

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Pueblo women
  • Library of Congress: New Mexico–Sandia Pueblo
  • Library of Congress: Women-owned business enterprises
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring
  • Keyword: Americans for Indian Opportunity (AIO)
  • Keyword: Pueblo businesswoman
  • Keyword: Native Women’s Business Summit
  • Keyword: Pueblo core values
  • Keyword: SFIS Brave Girls Program

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Poston, S. (2018, August 17). Interview with Stephine Poston [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/  *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Stephine Poston Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

Poston_Transcript_web

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Dr. Shelly Valdez [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-004
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-004

Creator

  • Interviewee: Shelly Valdez (Pueblo of Laguna)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 August 24

Language

  • English
  • Keres (Laguna)

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Dr. Shelly Valdez to document her experiences in Western education and her work in Indigenous (Laguna Pueblo) education.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (65 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 20 pages

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Indians of North America–Education
  • Library of Congress: Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring
  • Keyword: Indigenous (Pueblo) education
  • Keyword: Yakanal Indigenous Culture Exchange
  • Keyword: Pueblo Core Values

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Valdez, S. (2018, August 24). Interview with Dr. Shelly Valdez [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Dr. Shelly Valdez Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

Valdez_Transcript_web

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Alissa Chavez Lowe [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-005
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-ACL

Creator

  • Interviewee: Alissa Chavez Lowe (Pueblo of San Felipe)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 September 6

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Alissa Chavez Lowe to document her family life, the importance of the Keres language, schooling, and her work in education and the community.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (55 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 16 pages.

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Education–New Mexico
  • Library of Congress: Leadership in women
  • Library of Congress: San Felipe Pueblo (M.)
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring
  • Keyword: Pueblo language (Keres)
  • Keyword: Community engagement and service
  • Keyword: Tribal library
  • Keyword: Indian Relocation Act of 1956

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Chavez Lowe, A. (2018, September 6). Interview with Alissa Chavez Lowe [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Alissa Chavez Lowe Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Dr. Corrine Sanchez [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-006
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-SV

Creator

  • Interviewee: Corrine Sanchez (Pueblo de San Ildefonso)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 September 07

Language

  • English
  • Tewa (San Ildefonso)

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Dr. Corrine Sanchez, Executive Director of Tewa Women United, to document her life history and involvement with TWU.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (59 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 20 pages

Subject

  • Library of Congress: San Ildefonso Pueblo (N.M.)
  • Library of Congress: Psychic trauma–United States
  • Library of Congress: Indian women–North America
  • Keyword: Pueblo core values
  • Keyword: Tewa Women United
  • Keyword: historical trauma
  • Keyword: Pueblo women

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Sanchez, C. (2018, September 7). Interview with Dr. Corrine Sanchez [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/  *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Dr. Corrine Sanchez Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Dr. Debbie Reese [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2018-007
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2018-DR

Creator

  • Interviewee: Debbie Reese (Nambé Pueblo)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2018 December 8

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Debbie Reese to document her youth, family history, lack of and misrepresentation of American Indians including children’s literature, and the values of a Native community.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (62 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 26 pages.

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Nambé Pueblo, (N.M.)
  • Library of Congress: Childrens Literature, American–History and criticism
  • Library of Congress: Childrens Literature, American–Study and teaching
  • Library of Congress: Indians of North America–Education
  • Keyword: American Indians in Children’s Literature (AICL) blog
  • Keyword: Native educators
  • Keyword: American Indian Nations
  • Keyword: Native identity

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Reese, D. (2018, December 8). Interview with Dr. Debbie Reese [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Poeh Cultural Center (Pojoaque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Jenni Monet [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2019-001
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2019-JM

Creator

  • Interviewee: Jenni Monet (Pueblo of Laguna)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2019 January 11

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Jenni Monet to document her family life in Laguna Pueblo, her career choice, and her experience at the Standing Rock protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (72 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 22 pages.

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico
  • Library of Congress: Laguna Indians — Social life and customs
  • Library of Congress: Pueblo women
  • Library of Congress: Environmental justice — Press coverage — Standing Rock Indian Reservation (N.D. and S.D.)
  • Library of Congress: Minority journalists
  • Keyword: Indigenous media

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Monet, J. (2019, January 11). Interview with Jenni Monet [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

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Title

  • Main Title: Interview with Paulita Aguilar [with transcript]
  • Series Title: Journeys and Pathways Oral History Project

Identifier

  • Collection Number: OH 2019-002
  • Interview ID: OH-JP 2019-PA

Creator

  • Interviewee: Paulita Aguilar (Santo Domingo Pueblo)
  • Interviewer: Rose Díaz

Date

  • Creation: 2019 February 7

Language

  • English

Description

  • Content Description: Video interview with Paulita Aguilar about her connection to home, the importance of education, her school and work experiences in libraries, and about leadership and mentors.
  • Physical Description: 1 video recording (56 minutes): digital; Transcript derived from digital recording, 20 pages.

Subject

  • Library of Congress: Santo Domingo Pueblo (N.M.)
  • Library of Congress: Indian women — North America — Social life and customs
  • Library of Congress: Catherine Indian School (Santa Fe, N.M.)
  • Library of Congress: Indians of North America — Studying and teaching (Higher)
  • Library of Congress: Library Science
  • Library of Congress: Mentoring in the professions — United States
  • Keyword: Indigenous Library Program Nations Library Program — University of New Mexico
  • Keyword: Indigenous knowledge

Collection

  • One of twenty interviews and transcripts from the “Journeys and Pathways: Oral Histories of Contemporary Pueblo Women in Service, Leadership and the Arts” collection.

Citation

  • Aguilar, P. (2019, February 7). Interview with Paulita Aguilar [Interview]. IPCC Library and Archives; Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. https://indianpueblo.org/oral-histories-2/ *Note: Online transcript page numbers differ from printed book.

Relation

  • Has Transcription: Interview with Paulita Aguilar Transcript
  • Is Published: Díaz, R., Fernando, V., & Paden, J. (Eds.). (2021). Journeys and pathways: Contemporary Pueblo women in leadership, service, and the arts. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc.

Institution

  • Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library & Archives Special Collections

Resource Type

  • Moving image: Canon Vixia HF H-10
  • Text

Rights

  • Rights Statement: This interview has been donated by the interviewee to the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center Library and Archives through a signed Release Form. This interview may be used for educational purposes only. Any commercial or quoting beyond Fair Use is prohibited without the written permission of the IPCC Library Director, the VP for Cultural and Community Engagement, and/or the IPCC Board of Directors.

Note

  • Recorded at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center (Albuquerque, New Mexico)

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Transcript:

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Stay tuned. More interviews will be posted soon!