An Analysis of the Problem of Adolescent Suicide in Native-American Pueblo Nations

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An Analysis of the Problem of Adolescent Suicide in Native American Pueblo Nations
Introduction
The Pueblo nation is one of the Native American populations that lies in the Southwestern portion of the United States along the Rio Grande river (Flanagan, 1998, 5), which consists of the states of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. This paper will analyze the Pueblo Native American nation and a key issue that its people confront, the issue of adolescent suicide.
The Pueblo People: An Overview
The Pueblo people in modern times still live along the Rio Grande in the states of Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, and also in Mexico near El Paso, Texas (Pueblo Indians, 2010). Historically, the name “Pueblo” meant “village” and it was the name early...
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