OCTOBER 27, 2000 The likeness of Pueblo Revolt leader Pope will be unveiled today at the New Mexico State Roundhouse in Santa Fe. Pope's likeness will be portrayed by four different artists. One will be chosen by the state's National Statuary Hall Commission to represent New Mexico in Washington, DC. The models will be on display until November 7. The Commission will make a decision on November 8. Related Stories:
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