songs

Songs about Lipan:

songsLipan Matin nahkahousut by Kataja from the Album Kansanmusiikkia Keski-Suomesta - Folk Melodies from Middle Finland

songsLipan Point by Waypoint Tours from the Album Grand Canyon South Rim National Park Tour

songsPiedra y camino (avec jayme torres et tomas lipan) by Jairo from the Album Argentina mia

songsSubiendo Por Lipán by Marcelo Podmoguilnye from the Album Renacimiento

books

Books about Lipan:

booksThe Lipan Apaches: People of Wind and Lightning by Thomas A. Britten (Feb 15, 2011)

booksI Fought a Good Fight: A History of the Lipan Apaches by Sherry Robinson (Jun 3, 2013)

booksThe Light Gray People: An Ethno-History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico by Nancy McGown Minor (Oct 5, 2009)

booksTurning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico, 1700-1900 by Nancy McGown Minor (Oct 5, 2009)

booksMyths And Legends Of The Lipan Apache Indians by Morris Edward Opler (Oct 15, 2011)

booksThe Lipan Apaches in Texas (Southwestern Studies) by Thomas F. Schilz (Dec 1987)

booksThe Lipan Apaches: People of Wind and Lightning.(Book review): An article from: Journal of Southern History by Colin G. Calloway (Dec 6, 2010)

wiki

Wiki information Lipan:

Lipan
City/Town/Village, Location, Dated location, Statistical region, HUD Foreclosure Area, HUD County Place

Lipan is a city in Hood County, Texas, United States. The population was 430 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Granbury, Texas Micropolitan Statistical Area. Thomas Stevenson Drew, the third governor of Arkansas, died in Lipan in 1879.

Lipan Apache people
Ethnicity

Lipan Apache are Southern Athabascan people 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 Lipans...