From the New Mexico History Museum
Volunteers using turkey feathers and willow shafts hand-crafted 300 arrows authentic to the era of the 1680 Pueblo Revolt, which is depicted in the exhibition Telling New Mexico: Stories from Then and Now. The arrows dangle from the ceiling above a replica of a burned and crumbling adobe building meant to mimic the Palace of the Governors, the crucible of the revolt. Photo by David Rohr, New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs.
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