A son of the tribe was found in 1880 among the Mexicans of the village of Pecos, a small, comparatively modern town.
Thus Pecos was the first "mission" in New Mexico; perhaps, also, the first place where domestic quadrupeds became introduced.
They have come down the creek, making for the Pecos, and so chanced to stray into the deserted camp.
Their efforts were mainly directed against the pueblo of Pecos, as the most south-easterly village exposed to their attacks.
Jesse Evans had left for the lower Pecos, where he was later killed, according to reports.
It is further said that the tribe worked other "gardens" besides, on the banks of the river Pecos, two miles to the east.
Better go back across the Pecos where the rustlers ain't so strong.
It led into the high plain, and then towards the Pecos, where they had crossed.
That was several years ago, and after that they surrendered and were taken away beyond Santa Fé and kept over on the Pecos.
The story of the decline of the Pueblo tribes may be illustrated by the history of Pecos.