Welcome to our website The Lipan Apache Band of Texas membership consist of over 745 members and is composed of the Cúelcahén Ndé (People of the Tall Grass), Tú é diné Ndé (Tough People of the Desert), Tú sìs Ndé (Big Water People), Tas steé be glui Ndé (Rock Tied to Head People), Buií gl un Ndé (Many Necklaces People), and Zuá Zuá Ndé (People of the Lava Beds) that have continuously lived in Texas prior to First Contact 1528. more... Copyright (C) 2011-2013 Lipan Apache Band of Texas, All Rights Reserved The Lost Ones Members of the Lipan Apache Tribe pay respect to relatives that once attended the Carlisle Indian School more.... Lipan Apache Band Elders. "Elders continue to stay strong today, and they remind us about the centrality of our ancient and enduring culture in our lands"....more   Dr. Eloisa G. Taméz  Smithsonian Museum's honoring our Warriors in Uniform. Click here.... Warriors in Uniform.... The Chuck Bores Story more.... This year the Texas Civil Rights Project proudly honors Dr. Eloisa G. Taméz with the Henry B. González Award. Website by AJR History of Lipan Apache Spanish Missionaries gave Lipan Apache Band Chief Cuelga the name Cuelga de Castro. They have estimated that Cuelga was born in the year 1762. Cuelga de Castro was born in the Lipan Apache Band Village on the river banks between the San Saba and Read more....
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