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The Lipan Apaches in Texas

by Thomas F. Schilz

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Published by Texas Western Press, University of Texas at El Paso in El Paso, Tex .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Texas
    • Subjects:
    • Lipan Indians -- History.,
    • Indians of North America -- Texas -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 64-70.

      StatementThomas F. Schilz.
      SeriesSouthwestern studies ;, no. 83, Southwestern studies (El Paso, Tex.) ;, monograph no. 83.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE99.L5 S34 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination70 p., [6] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages70
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2742817M
      ISBN 10087404166X, 0874041651
      LC Control Number86051650

      Lipan warriors readily assisted the Texas militia as scouts and guides, but their relations declined after Texas statehood in Although some Lipan settled on the Texas Brazos Indian Reservation in , most refused to comply. Their defiance resulted in prolonged military operations against them. Translation and meaning of the tribal name Lipan --The origin of the Lipan Apaches --The Zuazua history --Early Lipan-Spanish contacts in Texas --Physical appearance and manner of dress --Lipan Apache material culture --Lipan Apache economic culture: hunting and gathering --Lipan Apache economic culture: the shadow trade economy --Lipan.

      This history of the Lipan Apaches, from archeological evidence to the present, tells the story of some of the least known, least understood people in the Southwest. These plains buffalo hunters and traders were one of the first groups to acquire horses, and with this advantage they expanded from the Panhandle across Texas and into Coahuila. Frank D. Reeve, "The Apache Indians in Texas," Southwestern Historical Quarterly 50 (October ). Thomas F. Schilz, Lipan Apaches in Texas (El Paso: Texas Western Press, ). Virginia H. Taylor, trans. and ed., The Letters of Antonio Martínez, Last Spanish Governor of Texas, – (Austin: Texas State Library.

      Lipan Elementary School is a public elementary school in Lipan. The principal of Lipan Elementary School is Kelly Kunkel. 3% of the Lipan Elementary School students are "limited in English proficiency." students go to Lipan Elementary School, and the student to teacher ratio is Santo Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary District: Lipan Independent School District. The Lipan were the easternmost of the Apache, living in the San Antonio, Texas area in the early 19th century. The Spanish response to the Apache problem in the s was to reorganize its frontier defenses, withdraw from some areas, establish a "cordon of presidios " (forts) along the northern frontier, undertake punitive missions against the Date: s–


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The Lipan Apaches in Texas by Thomas F. Schilz Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Lipan Apaches, (Eastern Division of the Apache Nation), quite different from other Apache Peoples, adapted a culture of the Southern Plains. I was long interested in their long, drawn-out conflict with the Comanches. For sure, I will immensely enjoy reading more about the Lipan Apaches. Thank by: 4.

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Lipan Apache are Southern Athabaskan Native Americans whose traditional territory includes present-day Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and the northern Mexican states of Chihuahua, Nuevo León, Coahuila, and Tamaulipas, prior to the 17th century. Present-day Lipan live mostly throughout The Lipan Apaches in Texas book U.S.

Southwest, in Texas, New Mexico, and the San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation in Arizona, as well. Lipan Apache Tribe. of Texas History The myths and tales of this volume are of particular significance, perhaps, because they have reference to a tribe about which there is almost no published ethnographic material.

The Lipan Apache were scattered and all but annihilated on the eve of the Southwestern reservation period. The Texas 86th Congress once again recognizes the Lipan Apache Tribe, this time with honors House Resolution and the companion bill Senate Resolution Each of these recognitions was signed by the House, Senate, and Governor Abbott.

The Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas is the continuation of the historical Lipan Apache Tribe that has called the Southern Great Plains, Mapimi Basin in Northern Mexico, and the Gulf of Mexico coast home for many centuries.

Our tribe has always functioned as a confederation of different bands of Plains Apaches living independently yet allied with each other for mutual aid and the common defense of. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Schilz, Thomas F. Lipan Apaches in Texas. El Paso, Tex.: Texas Western Press, University of Texas at.

The Lipan Apaches book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Despite the significant role they have played in Texas history for nearl /5(3). Lookup People, Phone Numbers, Addresses & More in Lipan, TX.

Whitepages is the largest and most trusted online phone book and directory. This history of the Lipan Apaches, from archeological evidence to the present, tells the story of some of the least known, least understood people in the Southwest.

These plains buffalo hunters and traders were one of the first groups to acquire horses, and with this advantage they expanded from the Panhandle across Texas and into Coahuila. Aroundthe Comanches began forcing Eastern Author: Sherry Robinson.

The Lipan Apaches is a worthy addition to college library Native American studies shelves, and thoroughly enjoyable to readers of all backgrounds."— Midwest Book Review "Thomas Britten's work on the Lipan Apaches is a welcome addition to the expanding library of Texas Native American history."—.

Lipan, Texas: travel, history and images. History in a Pecan Shell Established inby settler T. Burns, the town was an ideal location since the Weatherford - Stephenville road and the Granbury-Palo Pinto road intersected here.

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To post your photos to events, first "Like" Lipan Apache Tribe Events. Then upload your photos to the wall. Your picture will then appear on the event page!Location: McAllen,TX.

Lipan Apache (Tindi) The Lipan, or Lipan-Apache, were among the more important subgroups of Apaches in Texas. They ranged the furthest eastward and had the most contact with the early Texas settlements. The Lipans fought the Texans fiercely, but on some occasions in. Nor is this book in any sense an exhaustive, final study of Texas Indians.

It is instead a first attempt to put together between two covers the fundamental facts about all Texas Indians. It is not a product of original research; it is a synthesis from many sources, including many modern authorities. The Apache are natives of the Southwest deserts (particularly in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas).

Some Apache people were also located across the border in northern Mexico. One Apache band, the Na'ishan or Plains Apache, lived far away from the other Apaches, in what is now Oklahoma. Their customs were different from other Apaches, more. The Apaches migrated to Texas from way up in Canada.

They arrived in the Texas panhandle region sometime around We know this because in the Pecos Pueblo people told the Spanish explorer Coronado about, "the new people" who had moved into the region just to the east of Pecos.

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Lipan Apache Indians (adapted from Ipa-n’de, apparently a personal name; n’de=’people’).An Apache tribe, designating themselves Náizhan (‘ours,’ ‘our kind’), which at various periods of the 18th and 19th centuries roamed from the lower Rio Grande in New Mexico and Mexico eastward through Texas to the Gulf coast, gaining a livelihood by depredations against other tribes and.

Jasper4, On the difference between the Lipan Apache Tribe and the Lipan Apache Band, the Lipan Apache Tribe is a State-Recognized Tribe whereas the Lipan Apache Band is not. Both are Lipan Apache groups based in Texas as you have stated. Members of one cannot be members of the other since both are in the process of seeking Federal Recognition.She specializes in archival research regarding the history and culture of the Lipan Apaches and is the Tribal Historian of the Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas.

Ms. Minor is also the co-author (with William Chebahtah) of Chevato: The Story of the Apache Warrior who Captured Herman Lehmann (University of Nebraska Press, ).