Tribe News

  • As the tribe accepts new members, it is imperative that any person seeking enrollment must research and prepare documentation of their family history. This includes birth, death, and marriage certificates that pertain to relatives in connection with the tribe. These requirements are for all members and inquires. NO EXCEPTIONS
  • There will be a committee meeting about state recognition soon and all enrolled tribe members are invited to attend. Time and date will be presented in announcements.
  • The Native American Commission of Louisiana (NACL) voted unanimously on April 27th, 2021 for the Apalachee to move forward to become state recognized! The NACL is comprised of all the state Chiefs of Louisiana.
  • Congratulations to our new treasurer Eden Etienne elected on April 17th, 2021!
  • The Apalachee are a certified tribe with our genealogy. Each member has their own certification through the documents they’ve provided and have issued tribe roll numbers.
  • The Mission of San Luis in Tallahassee, Florida has invited the tribe to our homeland for the Winter Solstice Festival in 2018 and 2019. With Covid-19 taking over the year 2020, we are hoping restrictions will be lifted so we may return to Tallahassee for the Winter Solstice of 2021!
  • Tribal members met with Senator Gerald Long of Louisiana about tribal state recognition in August of 2018. The Apalachee are working hard to meet the guidelines.
Council House at Mission San Luis

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