The Lipan Apache's of Texas
Eleanor Crowder 3rd period PAP
Regions, homes, and food
Homes and RegionThe Lipan Apaches lived in the great plains and lived a nomadic lifestyle, living in portable tepes to get around.
Food and how it was obtained
The Lipan Apaches ate deer, buffalo, and antelope. The Men hunted and the Women gathered fruits berries and nuts. Although not many Lipan were farmers they often ate corn that the small population of farmers farmed.
Tools, leadership, and religon
The most common tool used by the Lipan Apaches were the bow and arrow and the Lance. They could only be made by men as they were used in warfare.
Polythestic and believed in "spirits or gods" that controled things like rain or health. They could help you or hurt you. Before every hunt a religious leader (male) blessed the tribe.
Each band was lead by a Cheif that was chosen by the tribal concil.
Today the Lipan Apache is on a reserve in Oklahoma
What does "Lipan Apache" mean??????
The word "Lipan Apache" means
"Light gray people" and in Zuni means "Enemy"