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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe's Museum and Cultural Center
    Ki aah hii The Lipan Apaches came to Texas in the 1600â s because they were looking for a homeland which contained buffalo and deer to hunt plant foods which could be gathered and fertile river banks where they could plant corn and squash English Spanish Everyday Life The Lipans hunted a variety of animals and gathered a great variety of plant foods Their primary source of meat was the buffalo which they hunted twice a year in hunts which were called carneadas by the Spanish Biographies of Great Lipan Chiefs Flacco Poca Ropa Cuelgas de Castro Costalites and Magoosh are five great chiefs of the Lipan Apaches whos feats were documented by non natives of their times Lipan Weapons The primary Lipan offensive weapons were the bow called tcà c à hlâ khià n the arrow called kâ hà and the lance called tchà tche shÄ Only men were allowed to construct these items Dwindling Resources Economic Cycle The Lipan Apaches were traditional hunters and gatherers who practiced limited agriculture The Lipan traded buffalo and deer hides for sugar tobacco and chili peppers with the Spanish The Lipan Apaches and the Spanish When the Spanish founded a mission and presidio at San Antonio in 1718 they knew there were Apaches in Texas but they believed that they lived at least two hundred miles to the north The Lipan Apaches and an Independent Mexico When Mexican patriots in Texas took up the grito of Father Manuel Hidalgo of Dolores for the independence of Mexico from Spain the Lipans backed the patriots The Lipan Apaches and the Republic of Texas The Lipans enjoyed a rare decade of peace under the Republic of Texas 1836 1845 The government formally recognized the Lipan Apaches as friends US Treaties Forts Cavalry Attacks Once Texas

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  • Lipan Apache Tribe Museum and Cultural Center: Store
    78502 Have questions or need help Please email us as contac lipanapache org Also we will be adding more products so be sure to check back often Officially licensed and approved products by the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas Inc Not to be reproduced without permission All funds collected will be used by the Lipan Apache Tribe to promote protect and preserve Lipan Apache culture FRONT BACK One hundred per cent pre shrunk high quality t shirt with Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas in sharp black print over left breast and the Tribal Shield proudly diplayed on the back CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK New Shirts Ordered Stay Tuned Price 22 00 Ceramic coffee mugs with Tribal Shield emblazoned on both sides of mug Price 12 00 High quality clear static cling bumper sticker approx 3 x 5 5 Price 2 50 Beautiful red white adjustable ball cap with Tribal Shield Price 14 00 Koozie will fit water bottles and cans Tribal Shield on bith sides of koozie Price 4 50 You can now order the Tribe s flag directly from the manufacturer in Connecticut To learn how click here Flag Orders The sale of these products are open to the

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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Honoring Lipan Apache Tribe's Service Members
    for his service to his country Learn More Lipan Soldier Recieves Degree Using CLEP Sgt 1st Class Jorge Guzman was lauded for completing 18 College Level Examination Programs and Dantes Subject Standardized Tests April 9 in Red Cloud Garrisonâ s Freeman Hall Guzman took college courses online and was able to earn his associate and bachelorâ s degree in half the time Learn More From Snake Jason Blocker On 6 OCT 2012 Snake Blocker received the El Jebel Shriners Medal of Honor Certificate for meritorious service and dedication Navy at Read more on Snake s Events and Apache Stories Read details From Joaquin Guerrero Joaquin Guerrero Lipan Apache is a 23 year police veteran 22 years with the City of Saginaw Police Department Michigan He is now with the Oakley Police Department part time For 15 of his years with Saginaw Joaquin worked in the K9 unit with his two loyal partners Rookie I and Rookie II He and the first Rookie responded to Ground Zero immediately after 9 11 and worked search and rescue on the pile of debris for 7 days Sadly Rookie got cancer in his jaw most likely from the toxins in the crushed tower debris Despite everyoneâ s efforts to save Rookie he died in 2004 and received an honorary memorial service Read details A Memorial to Marine Lance Corporal Jose Luis Maldonado The following are stories from our veterans and active service members on their military service Click their names to read their stories In alphabetical order Snake Blocker Gloria Bumgart Phillip Cornejo Benigno Cruz Jr Frank M Leota Jason Rodriguez Juan Z Soliz Carlos Vela Remembering our Heroes Card Sending Campaign Vets in the Lipan Apache Veterans Society are organizing a card sending campaign for our members who are currently serving in the

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  • Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas: Lipan Apache & Native American Themed Games
    the Tribe s Online Games Games are adaptations of classic favorites but with Native American Themes All games require that JavaScript be activated Come back often more to be added

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Games/Games.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe's FAQs, Frequently Asked Questions
    Tribal enrollment is based on descendancy not blood quantum so if you are directly related to someone who is already enrolled with our Tribe you are also eligible for enrollment However you will still need to submit an application and we can only process your application during an Open Enrollment period 3 How do I get a Tribal ID You must be an enrolled member of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas in order to receive a Tribal ID When you receive your Enrollment Certificate you will also receive a Tribal ID form Just complete the form and return it along with a passport photo and a processing fee Questions about Tribal IDs Contact robtsoto49 lipanapache org 4 What benefits am I eligible for as an enrolled member of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas is a State Recognized tribe which is working toward the goal of Federal Acknowledgment As a Tribal member your most important benefit is the opportunity to preserve and share information about your heritage culture and traditions Although the State of Texas does not currently provide benefits to members of its recognized tribes there are still some benefits you may be eligible for a Scholarships There are scholarship opportunities available to members of State recognized tribes Information about this can be found on the website on the Home page and under the Education tab or go directly to www lipanapache org Education Ed html Check the website often since it is updated as information on new scholarship opportunities becomes available Visit the linked websites of organizations that are providing the scholarships These organizations provide contact information if you have specific questions about the scholarships b Possible health benefits for Tribal members who are not Texas residents In some states the

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  • Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas -- Archives
    General Council August 18 2012 General Council April 28 2012 General Council December 8 2012 General Council no quorum no official business was conducted February 23 2013 General Council January 11 2014 General Council May 17 2014 General Council Fiscal Reports FYE March 31 2009 Resolutions Proclamations March 18 2009 State of Texas Senate Senate Resolution No 438 State Recognition March 18 2009 State of Texas House of Representatives House

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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Recommended Literature
    Education For Info Click Here For Info Click Here For Info Click Here For Info Click Here For Info Click Here For Info Click Here For Info Click Here Copyright Home Contact Us Donate Webmaster Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Literature/RecommendedLit.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: 2014 Annual PowWow
    Tribe s Annual Memorial Pow Wow 2014 to honor the memory of Tribe Historian Nancy McGown Minor Put your curser over a picture to enlarge it Java Script must be active 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/PowWows/2014PowWow/2014PowWow.html (2016-02-09)
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