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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Historical References
    Lipan Apache Indians Memoirs of the American Folk Lore Society Vol 36 New York The American Folk Lore Society J J Augustin Historical Timeline ca 1600 2012 Timeline of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico by Nancy McGown

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/history.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Chevato Chapter 4 Page 45
    Home Page Community Page Next Page Last Page Home Page Community Page Next Page Last Page

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Literature/ChevatoChapter4.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas: A Memorial to Nancy McGowan Minor, Lipan Apache Tribe's Historian
    love for her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ She committed a lot of her time to her church I learned that she spent a lot of time praying and studying the Bible Her pastor said there was not a verse he could speak on that she did not know She committed her life to memorizing the Scriptures and teaching them She was a Sunday School teacher to a bunch of teenagers One parent told me that all her students were still active in church today I also learned that she was a cheerleader in high school I met some of her cheerleading teammates at the funeral One of them told me There was a wild part of Nancy you guys never knew about Man she was a class A cheerleader Many thanks also to all who were able to come to her funeral There were tribal members from all over Texas Most drove between 150 miles to 600 miles One family drove from Oklahoma and another family flew in from North Carolina I estimate there were about 50 tribal members at the funeral maybe more Both Chairman Bernard and I did part of the funeral service and spoke I had the privilege of writing a song and dedicating it to her at the service At the cemetery we sang an old farewell song that basically says until we meet again I had the privilege to smudge and pray for Nancy at the cemetery It was an awesome time of celebrating the life of this special lady Afterwards we were all invited to her church for a reception It was invaded by a whole bunch of hungry Lipan Apaches I was so blessed to be able to meet so many of you for the first time We are separated by so

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/NM/NancyMinorMemorial.html (2016-02-09)
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  • LIpan Apache Tribe: "Kónitsää 'Iyání Gokíyaa"-- "Lipan Apache Buffalo Country"
    19th 2015 standing on its wobbly but strong four feet was a third buffaloâ a baby He knew then that it was time for a ceremony and a song to welcome the new addition to the Buffalo Farm Welcome Baby As cute as the pictures on this page may be of the buffalo especially the baby they are not pets and we need to respect the warrior spirit in their hearts The adults will attack So when people come and see them visitors are reminded not to get too close since Buffy can be aggressive Of course with now three buffalo comes triple the responsibility It takes much as much food to keep them fed and happy and for the mother to produce the needed milk for the baby Because of the long Texas drought the price of hay has increased dramatically The buffalo eat a bale of hay a day so it takes much money to keep them healthy Although the Buffalo Farm is the Tribe s responsibility Robert usually has to cover the cost of feeding medicine and land rent for the buffalo out of his own pocket If you would like to help with the project please let Robert know He would like to keep a couple of hundred bails bought when the price per bail is reasonable So to help us with the buffalo farm project you can send money to Robert at Robert Soto 1913 Camellia Ave McAllen TX 78501 This is a tax deductable contribution Checks can be made out to either McAllen Grace Brethren Church which helps and has accepted it is an ongoing project or to the Lipan Apache Tribe of TX Also make sure you mark the check For Buffalo Donations can also be made online using either paypal or credit

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/BuffaloFarm/BuffaloFarm.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Eagle Feather Case
    at me and said Are you a member of a Federally recognized Tribe I said I was not so he said The law states that if you are not a member of a Federally reconized tribe this is a violation of Federal Law and the circle ceases to be sacred Then he said Did you advertise the event in the newspaper as he waved a copy of the article we wrote with a picture and an invitation for the public to attend the pow wow I said Yes He then said Federal laws says that when a Native American advertises his event in the newspaper the event ceases to be sacred giving us the right to come and do as we please Then he said Was there the exchange of money in the circle like a raffle fifty fifty cake walks vendor s selling their crafts and did you honor a veteran by putting a dollar at his feet I said Yes Then he said Federal law states that if there is the exchange of money in the circle the circle ceases to be sacred thus giving us the right to come in and do as we please While he went to his truck to take away the beautiful traditional bustle my brother in law had made I went in and warned all the Native people in the circle who had eagle feathers that the Feds would soon be in the circle and I would not be able to hold them back All I could think about was Custer and the 7th Cavalry sneaking in and massacring our Native people all over again The enemy came and struck our pow wow when we least expected An event made to celebrate and enjoy turned to chaos as our children ran with fear in their faces seeking their parents protection from the Federal Government who through their unjust laws had violated a place that had always been sacred to our people the Circle What would happen tomorrow if our churches or our civil organizations were closed because they advertised their service in the newspaper or because they took up an offering I am writing this so that you can understand why I had to start this journey almost eight years ago and why I decided that I would fight this until the day I take my last breath Tribe s Press Release LIPAN APACHE TRIBE S BIG WIN IN EAGLE FEATHER CASE The U S Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas in the case of Grace Brethren Church et al vs U S Attorney General USDC No 07 CV 60 and U S Department of Interior On Wednesday August 20 the court found that the U S Department of Interior does not have authority to prevent members of the Lipan Apache Tribe from using eagle feathers in their religious ceremonies The tribe had appealed a district court ruling in October 2013 that

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/EagleFeatherCase/PressRelease.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas Flag Order
    of the proceeds from each sale is given to the Tribe thanks to Peter the flag maker We have requested that only one style of Flag be offered for sale This flag can be flown indoor or outdoor For the time being our Tribe s flag can only be ordered directly from TME Co Inc however in the near future the Tribe will purchase a bulk order so that our flag can also be purchased through our store for the same price but with 50 of the proceeds to the tribe Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas 110 00 high strength single reverse polyester 3x5 ft indoor outdoor Free shipping within the U S For shipping outside the U S contact TME Co at email TMEALF aol com TME Co will take care of the order and delivery For specific questions on an order contact Flagman Peter at TME Co by calling them at 860 354 0686 or e mailing TMEALF aol com TME Co Inc offers many interesting flags on their website See their wide selection at www TMEALF com There is a Lipan Apache organization that also sells their flag at TME Co When visiting TME Co s website

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Flag/FlagOrder.html (2016-02-09)
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  • The Lipan Apache Tribe: Texas A&M-Kingsville Exhibit Presentations
    a great education experience The John E Conner Museum is host to a nationally touring exhibit titled â The Bison American Iconâ This exhibit was created by The C M Russell Museum in Great Falls Montana The exhibit contains kiosks artifacts and other items pertaining to the American Bison more commonly known as the buffalo This exhibit focuses on the importance of the buffalo to the American Indians and on

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/News/TAMUKing/TAMUKing.html (2016-02-09)
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  • Lipan Apache Tribe, Raquel Monday's Copyright Advice
    All Rights Reserved No reproduction duplication or similarity thereof of this image may be used without expressed written consent from your family s name or your name goes here 4 Artifacts Place a mark on it known only to you or your TRUSTED family members on each artifact and take photos of each artifact showing different views and showing this mark Then copyright it on the back of each photo

    Original URL path: http://www.lipanapache.org/Guests/RaquelMonday/CopyrightProtect.html (2016-02-09)
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