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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Lipan Apache Band of Texas 

 

The Lipan Apache Band of Texas geographic location encompasses a large part of Texas that extends from El Paso northeast to Lubbock extending southeast to Austin extending down south to Victoria extending southwest to Brownsville and back north to El Paso , Texas . The 2000 U.S. Census identified that many of our members lived in the nation’s poorest counties located on the Texas-Mexico Border ( Hidalgo , El Paso , and Starr Counties ) and California ’s (Kings, and Fresno Counties ) counties. The Lipan Apache Band of Texas holds General Council meetings on a regular basis but, due to migration many members are unable to attend the General Council meetings so the General Council is trying to resolve this issue by when it can to Skype the meetings and or possibly post on a YouTube channel for all members to view. Check back for details.

Lipan Apache Band of Texas

Up Coming General Council Meetings The Lipan Apache Band of Texas will hold a General council meeting: PLACE: Ft. Clark (Tipi Site) Brackettville, Texas 77023 TIME: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. DATE: March 4, 2017      
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.
General Council Meetings

Lipan Apache Band of Texas 

 

The Lipan Apache Band of Texas geographic location encompasses a large part of Texas that extends from El Paso northeast to Lubbock extending southeast to Austin extending down south to Victoria extending southwest to Brownsville and back north to El Paso , Texas . The 2000 U.S. Census identified that many of our members lived in the nation’s poorest counties located on the Texas-Mexico Border ( Hidalgo , El Paso , and Starr Counties ) and California ’s (Kings, and Fresno Counties ) counties. The Lipan Apache Band of Texas holds General Council meetings on a regular basis but, due to migration many members are unable to attend the General Council meetings so the General Council is trying to resolve this issue by when it can to Skype the meetings and or possibly post on a YouTube channel for all members to view. Check back for details.

Lipan Apache Band of Texas

Up Coming General Council Meetings The Lipan Apache Band of Texas will hold a General council meeting: PLACE: Ft. Clark (Tipi Site) Brackettville, Texas 77023 TIME: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. DATE: March 4, 2017