Hope pueblos are buildings made of stone cemented with adobe and plastered with adobe. Today traditional homes are still made this way. Other homes are in this style but of cement stucco and others a standard American stick frame construction.
the three settlements are pueblos missions presidio they are all made for a different purpose: Pueblos were for Settlers/Residents. Missiones were for Church Officials. Presidios were Military Installations.
The Pueblos were actually built by a division of people known historically as "The Pueblo People." When their culture fell into disuse they were considered extinct historically. Their decedents were the Anasazi, Hopi, Navajo and some of the original culture is still practiced in those tribes.
Pueblo people lived in adobe houses known as pueblos, which are multi-story house complexes made of clay and strawand baked into hard bricks. These harden and become adobe stone. Both men and women of the tribe help the houses.