, in Spanish Tigua
, people were the residents of the Isleta pueblo
during the conquest of New Mexico
After the revolt against the Spanish Conquistadors in 1680, a few of the Tigua fled south with the Conquistadors, to El Paso, Texas, where they founded Ysleta, Texas, where they live to this day.
See also: Jornada del Muerto
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