Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. The colonists and the people of Ohkay Owingeh appeared to have a peaceful relationship. For more information about the parish call or visit the San Juan Bautista Catholic Church website. In late , the colonists moved to San Gabriel del Yunque-Ouingue --less than a half mile away -- which served as New Mexico's second capital. Tension and resentment grew in the s as the labor and tribute demands of the encomienda system and the suppression of traditional religious practices wore on the Pueblo people. The Spanish were interested in the mining potential of the region and the Franciscans wanted to expand their ministry further north.
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