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or homeland Our documented and yet to be documented sacred sites and ceremonial grounds. burial grounds archaeological resources traditional plant foods medicines and traditional. mammalian foods and our traditional agro ecological forestry resources are inclusive to Lipan. Apache cultural properties These are necessary to preserve the culture of the Lipan Apache. peoples which is essential for the healthy functioning and survivance of our people Preserving. our culture is integral to the health and prosperity of the Texas Mexico international community. because indigenous people s histories contribute to the larger narrative and understanding of the. diversity of beliefs values cultures religions languages and practices which are the foundation. of true democracy, Traditionally Lipan Apache villages rancher as and communities have existed on both. sides of the Rio Grande River with little to no physical or man made barriers separating families. from each other for the majority of our existence as a people The division of the region by the. nation states prior to and since 1848 has caused much degradation destruction and. endangerment to Lipan Apache peoples The violent legacy of racism and persecution hunt. downs lynchings burned fields forced removals and dispossessions experienced by our people. from the late 19th century into the early twentieth 1910 1916 1935 continues to contour our. peoples identities as indigenous people in our own homeland Lipan Apache peoples live work. pray and exist throughout the majority of South Texas and Texas Mexico border counties Our. struggles against poverty education and health care disparities continue to define the way we. persist to be recognized as the Native American indigenous Lipan Apache of the region We. exist in the shadow of a dominant culture which conflates indigenous people through racialized. lenses We continue to struggle for our peoples rights to be treated with respect and dignity in. our own homeland Lipan Apache Treaties and other legal agreements such as Land Grants. and customary collective titles of rancher a peoples with the Spanish Empire and Mexican. Government identify the Lipan Apache as one of the regional tribes of the Lower Rio Grande. The U S Army Corps of Engineers conducted an in depth analysis survey and inventory. which provide clear identification of the Lipan Apache in the Lower Rio Grande Cameron. County and the Coastal Bend The U S Army Corps of Engineers extensive report and. acknowledgement of the historical and continuing efforts of the Lipan Apache relative to. archaeological ecological environmental and historical resources signifies a certain. Lipan Apache people are signatories on legal treaties agreements and title holder Land Grants. affording our people the right to live on our lands under protection of the states These include. the following treaties Mission Valero de Bexar August 19 1749 Spain Colonial del Nuevo. Santander March 15 1791 Spain Alcaldes de las Villas de la Provincia Laredo August 17. 1882 Spain Live Oak Point Treay January 8 1838 Republic of Texas Tehuacama Creek. Treaty October 9 1844 Republic of Texas U S Government San Saba Treaty October 28. 1851 U S Government Land Grants San Pedro de Carricitos 1761 Spain Confirmed as. 336 Texas Land Office, acknowledgement by the federal government of indigenous peoples rights interests and laws. related to conducting surveys assessments construction and historical claims to lands The. report conveys knowledge of the Lipan Apache peoples families and communities who are. indigenous to the region of South Texas Tamaulipas and throughout much of the entire Texas. Mexico border region,References, Maestas Gilbert Michael Ph D and Daniel Castro Romero Jr M S W Anthropological. Report on the Cuelcah n Nd Lipan Apaches of Texas 2004. Gardner Karen M Native American Cultural Affiliation Overview for the U S Army Corps of. Engineers Galveston District Reports of Investigations Number 131 U S Army Corps of. Engineers Galveston District Prewitt and Associates Inc Cultural Resources Services Austin. Texas November 2001, Maestas Gilbert Michael Culture and History of Native American Peoples of South Texas. Dissertation The University of Texas at Austin Austin TX May 2003. Carlisle Jeffrey D Spanish Relations with the Apache Nations East of the R o Grande. Dissertation University of North Texas Denton TX May 2001. Cultural and social ties of the Lipan Apache are inter woven with the Kickapoo Ysleta. del Sur Tigua Peoples and criss cross the Rio Grande river north to south as well as east to. west One of the most severe forms of destroying a people is through forced removal. deportation and constructing physical architecture to impede or dissolve a people s culture and. identity such as prisons barriers borders and walls Separating and splitting families and. cultures through state force and militarized force in order to secure the U S border from terrorist. attacks imposes an unjust unnecessary and disproportionate burden upon traditional Lipan. Apache lineal descendents and rancher a societies in El Calaboz as well as other traditional. spaces of our members As well the burden placed upon group such as the Tamez family. places a burden upon our Lipan Apache people in the Lower Rio Grande and therefore upon the. Lipan Apache nation which populates both sides of the U S Mexico border Although the U S. law has attempted to seek properties from individual land owners the U S does not realize. that Lipan Apache families in Land Grant areas do not define their lands as individual real. estate Our lands have been held traditionally through centuries as communal spaces and are. passed from member to member through lineal ancestral ties to clans The clan is the. fundamental unit of Lipan Apache society and land is organized and protected socially by. Lipan Apache villages and lineal descendents in Mexico such as in Matamoros Valle. Hermoso Remolino Zapata and those on the Texas U S side such as in El Calaboz La. Paloma El Ranchito Cameron County will be further impaired and disabled from all. traditional modes of access to cultural exchanges if the wall is allowed to be built in the impacted. areas The wall has already had significant and harsh impacts on other Native American. communities in Arizona and West Texas To the indigenous peoples whose social political. organization pre date Texas and the United States the wall will impose ever harsher restrictions. on religious ties to ceremonial plants ceremonies languages family heritages matrilineal. cultures In numerous cases along the Texas Mexico border tribal peoples have demonstrated. the negative consequences of the wall which immediately led to a break down in tribal. sovereignty governance rule of law and caused damage to government to government relations. between indigenous people and local counties municipalities and state government as a direct. result of the destruction of grave sites cultural resources and religious properties such as. important species 2, In effect our culture which is the foundation of our way of life as an integral people.
will be severely disrupted as our elders such as Dr Tamez who are the embodiment of Lipan. Apache history books are forced to surrender ancestral sacred lands burial grounds culturally. significant places memories and millennial histories to the bulldozer and wrecking machines. of a political project We have grave concerns about the sacrifices of our peoplehood that the. U S is demanding of lineal Lipan Apaches In the case of Eloisa Garcia Tamez an elder a. community leader a matrilineal archive an educator a U S Army veteran a nurse a mother a. grandmother and a defender of the health of local peoples in the Lower Rio Grande we are. distraught about the long term implications for the survivance of El Calaboz Rancher a if her. lands are in any way disturbed by the wall Her lands are Lipan Apache cultural resources for. current and future research and scholarship in the region Her lands gird up the integral. relationship between Lipan Apaches of the Lower Rio Grande as historical and contemporary. archives of knowledge and the University of Texas and Southmost College La Encantada. Elementary School and any future medical center and law school which are on the horizon of. the Lower Rio Grande Indigenous peoples histories and knowledges have historically enjoyed. a secure place in tribe to institution relationships in the areas of culture history law and. References, Maestas Gilbert Michael Ph D and Daniel Castro Romero Jr M S W Anthropological. Report on the Cu lcah n Nd Lipan Apaches of Texas 2004. Ned Norris Chairman Tohono O odham Nation Written Testimony of the Honorable Ned Norris Jr Chairman. Tohono O odham Nation to the Subcommittee on Fisheries Wildlife and Oceans and Subcommittee on National. Parks Forests and Public Lands of the House Committee on Natural Resources April 28 2008 Joint Oversight. Hearing Walls and Waivers Expedited Construction of the Southern Border Wall and the Collateral Impacts to. Communities and the Environment, Gardner Karen M Native American Cultural Affiliation Overview for the U S Army Corps of. Engineers Galveston District Reports of Investigations Number 131 U S Army Corps of. Engineers Galveston District Prewitt and Associates Inc Cultural Resources Services Austin. Texas November 2001, Guzman Michelle and Hurwitz Zachary Violations on the Part of the United States. Government of Indigenous Rights Held by Members of the Lipan Apache Kickapoo and Ysleta. del Sur Tigua Peoples of the Texas Mexico Border The Working Group on Human Rights and. the Border Wall University of Texas at Austin June 2008. Tamez Margo Open Letter Cameron County Commission June 3 2008 Outlines the key. violations of state federal and international law against Lipan Apache lineal descendents in El. Calaboz Rancher a relative to Dr Tamez legal case and the implications of disproportionate. burdens that Native American indigenous communities are being forced to bear by the U S DHS. as a result of demands to surrender ancestral lands of our family lines which pre date the. European colonization of the region,3 Archaeological. Archaeological sites relevant to the Lipan Apache lineal families criss cross the region. and date back thousands of years along the binational border of the Lower Rio Grande. Submerged historical sites at the Falcon Reservoir in Starr and Zapata Counties and Lake Casa. Blanca International State Park in Webb County are a few examples Historically Texas. submerged all known modern and historic sites like Ft Lipantitlan State Historic Site in Nueces. County Lake Corpus Christi State Park in San Patricio Jim Wells and Live Oak Counties and. finally Choke Canyon in Live Oak County Archaeological sites excavated in which the Lipan. Apache artifacts and remains were identified were the DuPont Nylon Plant Blue Bayou. Archaeological Site 41ZT94 Invista Nylon Plants Buckeye Knoll 41VT98 San Lorenzo de la. Santa Cruz 43RE0010 Mission del Nuestra Senora del Refugio 41VT79 Universal City. Lipan Apache elders and council members have recently stepped up both federal and. international legal advocacies to assert cultural rights to repatriate archaeological resources and. burial ground human remains and to litigate against state and federal agencies which impede. disrupt and disavow the rights of indigenous peoples to practice our cultures and to defend the. rights of our future generations express will to exist to live and to define our peoplehood. through our own cultural political and religious directives These rights are guaranteed to Lipan. Apaches through the Genocide Convention 1948 the American Convention on Human Rights. Pact of San Jos 1969 and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous. People 2007, U S Army Corps of Engineers reports clearly indicate that Lipan Apache Band of Texas.
members are culturally and historically relevant tribal peoples to the region and should be. consulted thoroughly through our tribal mechanisms and governance structures The continued. avoidance and obfuscation of Lipan Apache governing mechanisms is in violation of federal law. and treaty rights,References, Hearing in the Matter of U S Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District Public Workshop. Archaeological Site 41VT98 Victoria College Student Center Victoria Texas February 26. 2002 7 02 P M Houston TX United Womack Reporting A Legalink Company 713 426. U S Federal Register Vol 58 No 102 Friday May 28 1993 Proposed Rules p 31123. 31134 U S Federal Register, Maestas Gilbert Michael Ph D and Daniel Castro Romero Jr M S W Anthropological. Report on the Cu lcah n Nd Lipan Apaches of Texas 2004. Guzman Michelle and Hurwitz Zachary Violations on the Part of the United States. Government of Indigenous Rights Held by Members of the Lipan Apache Kickapoo and Ysleta. del Sur Tigua Peoples of the Texas Mexico Border The Working Group on Human Rights and. the Border Wall University of Texas at Austin June 2008. Tamez Margo Letter Robert Anderson Co Chair Barack Obama Department of Interior. Transition Team December 23 2008 Enumerates numerous articles which the U S DHS. violated in regards to the cultural ecological biological economic social and political rights of. the Lipan Apache lineal descendents of El Calaboz Rancher a South Texas and requests direct. oversite of Dr Tamez case by Native American legal advisors to President Barack Obama. Chris Scherer Attorney Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law Lipan Apache History Culture Sacred Sites Archaeological Resources and Ecological Rights in the Lower Rio Grande with respect to Cameron County and Titled Lands Held by Lipan Apache Lineal Descendents in the case of Eloisa Garcia Tamez January 21 2009 Introduction Daniel Castro Romero Jr Chief Lipan Apache Band

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