Lipan Apache Band of Texas
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Cuelgas de Castro was a Lipan Apache that was chosen to lead the Apaches and as time went on other Apache leaders such as, Juan and Ramon Castro, were asked for their assistance in protection from unlawful settlers or other warring Indians that had been displaced by the United States government in the east. more…

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Preserving the Lipan Apache

Culture

We urge all members to be sure that all written History, Pictures, Marriage/Divorce/Vital Certificates, Land Deeds etc., be copyright/documented and/or notarize. Also if you haven’t done so already send a copy to our General Council Chairman so that he may document clearly our Ancestry History. On pictures detail as much information about the photo as possible by making a copy and writing the info on the copy. For more detailed information go here for members only… click.

National Museum of the American Indian

Feather art was donated to the Smithsonian (by Chuck Boers (Lipan Apache/Cherokee), an Iraq War veteran) “National Museum of the American Indian” NMAI To commemorate the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone. Read more...

Indian Education Program

Indian Education program, which provides, tutoring, educational field trips and culturally sensitive events.  Your child is entitled to have a Native American Day, no different than Cinco de Mayo, St Patrick's Day, Martin Lutheran Day, etc.  more… Apache Del Rio works with public, charter, and private/parochial schools along with libraries and civic groups by presenting educational programs tailored for each individual group…read more

In 2011 Texas House and Senate

Resolutions were given to the Lipan

Apache Band of Texas

H-R_540  KINNEY COUNTY RESOLUTION SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 338 INde’-Nnee’ (Lipan Apache, San Carlos Apache) North American Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus....Read more

Support our culture and troops.... 

Margo Tamez - Co-founder "Lipan Apache Women Lipan Apache Women Defense (El Calaboz Rancheria) organized in the summer of 2007 to address centuries and recent decades of land-based struggles, recognition, territories, self-determination, and indigenous peoples' world views. By Brenda Norrell CAMERON COUNTY, Texas -- Homeland Security filed suit against Eloisa Garcia Tamez, Lipan Apache, on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008 to seize her land for the border wall in Texas. Tamez has been leading the resistance to the border wall in Apache communities. Tamez said she only has three acres, but it is all she has. All across South Texas, mayors and legislators have united to fight the border wall. Since towns on both sides of the border rely on their neighbors' shopping, eating in restaurants and other commerce, business owners in South Texas say the already financially- strapped communities will suffer economically. More…
Lipan Apache Band of Texas
Lipan Apache Band
© Copyright (C) 2011-2016 Lipan Apache Band of Texas, All Rights Reserved for Terms and Conditions click here.
Spanish Missionaries gave Lipan Apache Band Chief Cuelga the name Cuelga de Castro.

NEWS

Preserving the Lipan Apache

Culture

We urge all members to be sure that all written History, Pictures, Marriage/Divorce/Vital Certificates, Land Deeds etc., be copyright/documented and/or notarize. Also if you haven’t done so already send a copy to our General Council Chairman so that he may document clearly our Ancestry History. On pictures detail as much information about the photo as possible by making a copy and writing the info on the copy. For more detailed information go here for members only… click.

National Museum of the American Indian

Feather art was donated to the Smithsonian (by Chuck Boers (Lipan Apache/Cherokee), an Iraq War veteran) “National Museum of the American Indian” NMAI To commemorate the first known Pow Wow held in a combat zone. Read more...

Indian Education Program

Indian Education program, which provides, tutoring, educational field trips and culturally sensitive events.  Your child is entitled to have a Native American Day, no different than Cinco de Mayo, St Patrick's Day, Martin Lutheran Day, etc.  more… Apache Del Rio works with public, charter, and private/parochial schools along with libraries and civic groups by presenting educational programs tailored for each individual group…read more

In 2011 Texas House and Senate

Resolutions were given to the Lipan

Apache Band of Texas

H-R_540  KINNEY COUNTY RESOLUTION SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 338 INde’-Nnee’ (Lipan Apache, San Carlos Apache) North American Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus....Read more

Support our culture and troops.... 

Margo Tamez - Co-founder "Lipan Apache Women Lipan Apache Women Defense (El Calaboz Rancheria) organized in the summer of 2007 to address centuries and recent decades of land- based struggles, recognition, territories, self- determination, and indigenous peoples' world views. By Brenda Norrell CAMERON COUNTY, Texas -- Homeland Security filed suit against Eloisa Garcia Tamez, Lipan Apache, on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2008 to seize her land for the border wall in Texas. Tamez has been leading the resistance to the border wall in Apache communities. Tamez said she only has three acres, but it is all she has. All across South Texas, mayors and legislators have united to fight the border wall. Since towns on both sides of the border rely on their neighbors' shopping, eating in restaurants and other commerce, business owners in South Texas say the already financially-strapped communities will suffer economically. More…