Enchanted Mesa

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Enchanted Mesa,

sandstone butte, 430 ft (131 m) high, central N.Mex., near the pueblo of Acoma; called Mesa Encantada in Spanish and Katzimo or Kadzima by the Native Americans. According to Acoma tribal tradition, the mesa was the home of their people until a severe storm destroyed the only approach.
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Villagra defended Onate against charges brought by his enemies in New Spain who accused the general of cruelty in the treatment of settlers as well as Indian communities, and particularly the burning and destruction of Acoma Pueblo.