Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation

Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation

Ratified Indian Treaty #261 of 1852 - GOVERNED UNDER INTERNATIONAL COMMON LAW SUPREME ENFORCEMENT
History
GOVERNED UNDER INTERNATIONAL COMMON LAW SUPREME ENFORCEMENT The Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation  is related to the Chiricahua Apache Warm Springs Bands. The Mimbrenos lived in West Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada and California. The...
Tribal Citizenship
TRIBAL CITIZENSHIP The Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation ENROLLMENT IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED Become a Tribal Citizen soon! ENROLLMENT WILL REOPEN AGAIN LATE IN 2021. All Nations Welcome Native Americans of Any Tribal Nation May Apply...
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About

 

Welcome to the Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Nde Nation®

A FEDERALLY RECOGNIZED TRIBE

See Federal Recognition Information HERE

 

Locations:
1. Texas Hubzone – Hudspeth County (80 acres)
2. New Mexico Sub-Hubzone (3000 acres)
3. Arizona Sub-Hubzone – Apache County & Cochise County 
4. Nevada Sub-Hubzone – China Lake
5. California Sub-Hubzone – Newberry Springs (200 acres), Lake Elsinore (37 acres) and San Diego
6. Oklahoma Sub-Hubzone
7. Florida Sub-Hubzone
8. Nebraska Sub-Hubzone
9. USA/Alaska Pipeline
10. Russia/Alaska Historical Footprint
11. Canada/Status Card Claim Oil Rights

INTERNATIONAL FOOTPRINTS:
Canada = Nde
Mexico = Nde
Russia/Alaska = Nde

Chiricahua Apache Stronghold Casino, Spa & Resort

We are in the process of building development on the West Texas Hubzone sites.

This is a concept image of what it may look like:

Our Casino Will feature:
250 rooms
Banquet Facilities
Restaurants
Casino on the ground floor
VIP on the top floor
Bands & Entertainment

Map of Apache Territory in the 18th Century

Chiricahua Apache Mimbreno Museum & Cultural Arts Development Center in West Texas

Coming Soon!

So the World  may have a better Understanding of our past, Genocide History.  Tailored to and Focusing on , Native Tribal Tolerance due to our past ,Genocide and Torture of our past, Tribal Ancestors Members by the ,United States of America in the past Prehistoric Texas History, of the Great Wild  West.

These images are what the site may look like when it is built:

    

 

Carlos Runningwolf Mendoza

Carlos Runningwolf, Chief of the CAMN Nation