Place:Cochiti, Sandoval, New Mexico, United States

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NameCochiti
Alt namesCochiti Pueblosource: Getty Vocabulary Program
K-ot yaytesource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kao tay-aysource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Ko-chi'tisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kot'yetesource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kot-ji-tisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kotiytisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kotshitisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kotu'tisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kotyitisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kotyitysource: Wikipedia
Kute'e'ongwisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kwitshitisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Kyatogesource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Ootyi-tisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Pal-absource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
Pathaitasource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
San Buena Ventura de Cochitasource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
San Buena Ventura de Cochitisource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
San Buenaventurasource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
To Gadsource: USGS, GNIS Digital Gazetteer (1994) GNIS35005938
TypeCensus-designated place
Coordinates35.609°N 106.35°W
Located inSandoval, New Mexico, United States
source: Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names
source: Family History Library Catalog


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Cochiti (; Eastern Keresan: Kotyit [kʰocʰi̥tʰ] - "Forgotten", Navajo: 'Tǫ́ʼgaaʼ') is a census-designated place (CDP) in Sandoval County, New Mexico, United States. A historic pueblo of the Cochiti people, it is part of the Albuquerque Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 528 at the 2010 census. According to the Keres Online Dictionary the Keresan-name for the People of Cochiti Pueblo was Kʾúutìimʾé ("People from the Mountains, i.e. Cochiti people").

Located 22 miles (35 km) southwest of Santa Fe, the community is listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.[1] The Cochiti pueblo people are a federally recognized tribe of Native Americans.

Potters of Cochiti and Kewa Pueblo (formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo) have made traditional pots for centuries, developing styles for different purposes and expressing deep beliefs in their designs. Since the early decades of the 20th century, these pots have been appreciated by a wider audience outside the pueblos. Continuing to use traditional techniques, in the late 20th and early 21st centuries, potters have also expanded their designs and repertoire in pottery, which has an international market.

The Cochiti speak Keres, an eastern Keresan language, which is a language isolate. In the early 21st century, the Keres Children's Learning Center, an independent Keres immersion school, was founded to aid with preservation of their language and culture. It has added grades since its founding.

The pueblo administers of reservation land and possesses concurrent jurisdiction over the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument.

The pueblo celebrates the annual feast day for its patron saint, San Buenaventura, on July 14.

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