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Myths and Legends of the Lipan Apache Indians by Morris Edward Opler *has a green cover.

Myths and Legends of the Lipan Apache Indians by Morris Edward Opler *has a green cover.

Robert Soto, Linan Apache of Texas, blesses his recently returned eagle feathers. (Photo: Courtesy the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty)

Robert Soto, Lipan Apache of Texas, blesses his recently returned eagle feathers. (Photo: Courtesy the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty)

Lipan Apache Clothing | clothing the apache indian clothing consisted of a white buckskin

Lipan Apache Clothing | clothing the apache indian clothing consisted of a white buckskin

Lipan Apache encampment in the Texas hill country, as depicted by artist George Nelson. Note the large, hide-covered tipis used by later groups when horses were readily available to move the heavy camp materials. Image courtesy of the Institute of Texan Cultures, University of Texas at San Antonio.

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Three Lipan Apache Songs

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Lipan Apache

Lipan Apache Tribe of Texas ca. Lipan Apaches enter Texas from Great Plains; claim area around San Antonio as homeland and call it “Many Houses;” Lipans develop a tribal identity−Lipan means “Light Gray People.

Ynoscente Gonzalez from Uvalde, Texas - Lipan Apache - 1895   His is the classic example of the Lipan Apache having to assimilate into the population as a Mexican in order to avoid detection.  http://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-American-Indian-Old-Photos/10150102703945578

Ynoscente Gonzalez from Uvalde, Texas - Lipan Apache - 1895 His is the classic example of the Lipan Apache having to assimilate into the population as a Mexican in order to avoid detection. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Native-American-Indian-Old-Photos/10150102703945578

Kesetta Roosevelt, Jack Mather - Lipan Apache - circa 1890

Kesetta Roosevelt, Jack Mather - Lipan Apache - circa 1890 - (A very sad picture, to me)

drawing of Apache

Watercolor by Frederich Richard Petri, circa The artist lived in the area of Fredericksburg, Texas, and was on peaceful terms with many of the native peoples.

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