Map of Texas Indigenous Tribes

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Map of Texas Indigenous Tribes

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Texans are a proud bunch. Whether you were born in Texas or adopted the state as home, it has a unique and palpable cultural pride. Much of the rich cultural tradition originated long before Spanish or Anglo-Americans settled and influenced the modern day state.

This map of indigenous tribes of Texas brings to life the 17 various groups, their territory, and a snapshot in their history. This native American Texas map turns the memory of these people into art. It honors the cultures and the great history of our state.

Made & Printed in Austin, Texas

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Made & Printed in Austin, Texas

Fine Art Paper – This tribes of Texas map is made with fine art paper, which is archival paper that is museum-quality, 100% cotton, acid-free and certified to last 100 years.

Texas Cedar Frames – In Texas cedar is known for its abundance. But it is also durable, long-lasting, and rot resistant.

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Prints are made in small batches at Agave Printing in Austin, Texas.

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  • Paper prints: allow 3 – 7 days
  • Framed prints: allow 2 – 3 weeks

Texas is a unique place. Anyone who has had the pleasure (privilege?) of living in Texas understands the strong cultural pride associated with this state. And much of this culture originated long before Spanish or Anglo-Americans settled the state.

The indigenous tribes of Texas were as diverse as the ecological regions of present day boundaries. In the northern staked plains were the powerful, nomadic bison hunter tribes, the Comanche and Kiowa. They were the last tribes to be subjugated by military force in the United States. In the east, agriculturists growing beans and squash. Apache survived in the inhospitable west Texas desert. Altogether, 17 distinct native American tribes of Texas inhabited the state upon European contact. This map both depicts and honors their immense contributions to the culture of Texas.

Like much of the Americas, the Indian tribes of Texas were ravished by disease and a clash of cultural values. First, the indigenous of Texas faced off with Spanish conquistadors and Catholic missionaries seeking to “save” the local populations. Second, once Anglo-American settlement started, war over resources and prime hunting territory started to grow. Many of the native american tribes of Texas depicted on this map, such as the Cherokee, Alabama-Coushatta, and Kickapoo, were relocated from other regions of north America. All of them exist today in a form much different than only 1-200 years ago.

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Additional information

Weight 32 oz
Dimensions 18 × 24 × 6 in
Dimensions

18 x 24, 24 x 30

Framing

No frame, Texas Cedar frame

1 review for Map of Texas Indigenous Tribes

  1. mansal

    My great friend Kitch Wakeman made this map and it is one of the most elegant, informative, and beautiful pieces I’ve seen. So glad to have it on my wall!

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