The Acoma people is a native tribed called Haak'u. They are native to New Mexico.
The Acoma people have been in the New Mexico area between 1,200 and 2,000 years. The Acoma pueblo is the longest continuously lived-in community in North America. The name Acoma is the name given to the native people; the tribe's true name is Haak'u. The name means "a place prepared.