WELCOME TO THE PUEBLO REVOLT ONLINE EXHIBIT
The Pueblo Revolt of 1680 was a revolution against the harsh subjugation of the Pueblos by the Spanish. It is the only successful Native uprising against a colonizing power in North America.
The revolt that took place on August 10, 1680 kept the Spanish out of New Mexico for 12 years, and led to a different power dynamic upon their return. The Pueblo revolt holds great historical significance because it helped ensure the survival of Pueblo culture.
In the past, we’ve held programming and events at our Center on this important anniversary, attracting people from far and wide. With current global circumstances preventing in-person visits, IPCC staff have been hard at work to bring you an online exhibit on the Pueblo Revolt, with special digital programming throughout the month of August.
From presentations and recipes to how-to videos, discussions, and downloadable educational materials, the Pueblo Revolt is covered from many different angles. We invite you to join us and learn about this pivotal moment in history—the first American revolution.
This free online exhibit is made possible by donations from people like you.