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Texas Native American Tribes

Posted By Paul G July 29th, 2011 Last Updated on: July 29th, 2011

Carlos Bullock (Chairman) Address Livingston TX 77351 Website: http://www.alabama-coushatta.com
Frank Paiz (Governor) Address El Paso TX 79917 Website: http://www.ysletadelsurpueblo.org
Juan Garza, Jr. (Chairman) Address Eagle Pass TX 78852

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Anita Martinez

Hello my mother was said to be born in eagle pass Texas but my grandfather before he died said to me we are Apache. His grandmother was a medicine woman or healer of something. My searcher on ancestry has halted because he died in Mexico and my aunts and uncles are gone as well. I and me grand father have very strong native features. I feel so strong to the native culture.

Laurie Bedell

My husband recently took a DNA test and was found to be 66% Native American Indian. His family originates from Mexico (still searching records) and settled in South Central Texas. We only have word of mouth that his family belongs to the Comanche Nation. Can you point me in the right direction to research this information? Thank you!

Norma Jean Bullard

Hi. I have recently discovered that I am 31.6% Native American, but my DNA results were’t specific (i.e., if I am Apache, Navajo, etc.) My question to you is: how can I obtain information on joining a tribe in my area? I live in South Texas.

Tachiquin

I have a 14 yr old son whose father and family members are from Zacatecas, Mexico. Their last name is Tachiquin. I was just wondering if anyone has any information of any one with this last name having any association with any of the Native American tribes in that area or any other area.

Ida Hands

Try Ojai, CA. There is a city called “Ojai” in California.

Brenda Moreno

I am currently in Corpus Christi, Tx. for 35 years I have been looking for my Native American roots. My mother is from Ventura Oxnard, California with the last name Neila where my Native American blood I believe came from. My grandfather is Anthony Quijas Neila born in Oji, California which does not exist. I am so… lost without knowing who I am. I feel incomplete I love Pow Wows and the Vision Quest. I need to find my roots any resources please let me know so I can find purpose in life.

Juan "Bluedeer" Montes Sr.

I am looking for Kickapoo language translation and dress styles. Please help.

Kimberly Neyland Ryan

Hi

I am trying to find my father or his family. My father’s name is Raymond Orlando Neyland and the last I heard he lived in GA. His family lives in TX……My grandfather’s name is Raymond Neyland and I know my father’s brother and sister’s names…. Alvin and Bernadette. I know my grandmother and grandfather were 100% Indian and the last place they lived was San Antonia TX….I am in desperate need of finding someone..I am sick and need to know some family history…thank you

mary a luna

my dad was comanche, and my dads mom was black foot how do find my heritage, they are both dead.please help?

Linda Shoberg

Where is “Texas Band of Yaqui Indians”? We are a tribe that is worthy of mention.

Vickie

I’m Yaqui as well, I don’t see it…

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