"Pueblo" in Shoulders and Brannen's The ABC Book of American Homes
The text reads:
Comment: Beyond the other problems Reese notes, the main problem is the entry's tone. It's too passive and negative, as if creating pueblos wasn't a real achievement. Consider:
In this context, that sounds negative. It's a bit like crediting birds for building nests or bees for building hives. Their homes are "natural," but have no other characteristics of advanced thought or planning.
Here's a rewrite that uses roughly the same number of words but stresses the Indians' active and intelligent role: